La Casa Rosada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... to the museum. Here we confirmed our suspicions that a lot of what we'd seen in Copan was a reconstruction, with many of the originals in the museum itself. The highlight of the museum was the centrepiece; a reconstruction of 'Rosalila'. Rosalila was a temple in Copan, which was built over with another temple. That temple was built over, and so on, leading to the site we see now. This meant that Rosalila was spectacularly well preserved, ...
... the new temples! Apparently every 52 years the entire site was rebuilt, mostly on top of the previous one- so much work for the lowers class people. One of the open areas is thought to be a water reservoir that filled up during the wet and was gradually released during the dry. Saul said that one of the pyramids represented a volcano and the other a mountain and there were aquatic animal carvings all around this plaza. We wandered ...
... you can apply mud treatment to yourselves. We had quite a few laughs adding some prosthetics before washing the mud off. Later on, we armed ourselves with water balloons and water guns surprising another G Adventures group. Nightfall came too soon as we sat down to a delicious barbecue. Almost didn't want to leave but riding back to town was an experience of its own as we bounced along in the dark under the stars. A great way to spend an afternoon/evening in Copan ...
... to a great little cafe that made it's own cheeses and proceeded to stuff ourselves whilst quaffing some wine. The cheese was awesome but the definite highlight were that there were the cutest pug puppies ever living there along with their dad. They got so much attention (OK I have my fair share) and we're absolutely adorable! Without trying to make it sound like a pub crawl it sort of became that as we then went to a rooftop bar for sundowners to sort out more of our ...
... notes which were not in pristine condition with something that was. To our surprise, the cashier (we had to wait 15 minutes before our turn due to the fact that it was pay day on Dec. 31) not only understood our purpose but actually went out of her way to exchange 2 Lempira notes for their equivalent value in centavos. And even packed them nicely in clear plastic bags. And in the process ended up giving us an extra 10 centavos which error ...