La Casa de Cafe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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In the evening we took it very easy, watched movies and just relaxed.
Day 2: November 15, 2013
That day our goal was to visit the archaeological site of Copan, so first we had breakfast in our hotel for HNL 50. It was a typical Honduran breakfast including eggs, cream cheese, beans, avocado, tortillas and fresh cheese.
After breakfast we started heading to the site which was just 1km away. We paid HNL 315 per person for ...
... Christmas tree.
By the time we returned to town it was pouring down rain. Our dinner was at the 2nd floor restaurant, Twisted Tanya's. While nice and dry we could listen to the rain pounding on the cobblestones as we enjoyed a nice dinner. We never did hear the origin of the name “Twisted Tanya’s”.
... of the hill, I did some grocery shopping at the Honduran sort of Wal-Mart place and then marched right up to the very top of the hill to see the view. There is not much of a view anymore, but it was still nice and quiet and I sat there for a while pondering what would happen next weekend. I will probably head to Gracias to visit the hot springs.
... We ended up leaving the hotel around 8.45am after the procession had passed. And as we walked down the street towards the bus, the people were back out again starting again on their new flower creations! We have a private mini van taking us to Honduras today. A long day of driving. By the time we headed off, it was around 9.15am. And spent a whole circling the one-way streets of Antigua. Made even more confusing by all the road closures! We ended ...
... owner went back to her hut where the fire was on, and made me a plate of eggs, beans, cheese, and cream with tortillas, the second time I’d eaten that meal that day. Meanwhile, Dan had already passed out into a sleep of exhaustion (at 6:15). The next day, needing a rest day but in a place with some amenities, we went a little further down the road and found the hotel that people at the crossroads had probably been directing us to, a lovely place for breakfast but far beyond ...