Apartamentos Las Torres

Address: Avda. Montecarlo S/n, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Avda. Montecarlo S/n, Guatemala City.
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      Travel Blogs from Guatemala City

      Guate, Guate, Guatemala!

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 01, 2015

      3 comments, 21 photos

      It is about a 1.5 hour ride from Antigua to Guatemala City. Our options were to use a US$10 ride in a private van (a tourist shuttle) or do it the way locals do, take a chicken bus for Q10 (1USD = ~7.6Q). Buses leave fairly regularly and since we did not feel the need to be transported in a bubble we boarded a waiting bus at the starting point in Antigua and made ourselves comfortable.

      The bus continued to fill up. A completely dishevelled ...

      Semuc Champey National Park and New Year's Eve

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Dec 31, 2014

      2 photos

      ... did Purto. But I front up and go again, this time getting a much better front flip sorted. We then made our way to the cave entrance and Rafa ran us through the plans and what to and expect. We are given a candle each and told we would have times when we are swimming and need to keep the candle above our head and to only walk and swim in a single line as sometimes too tight for room haha. Going to be pretty nasty. We crawl, swim and walk our way through the pitch black caves, Leesh and ...

      Semuc Champey: Caving and Tubing!

      A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 17, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... at the end of a piece of rope. The guide escorted you along a ledge at the bottom of the waterfall to a ladder at the far side of it. Once up the ladder you were on an extremely precarious ledge and had to squeeze through a gap on to a complicated system of ropes and random pieces of wood to make your way over the top of the waterfall.

      The next bit wasn't too bad, we swam and clambered though a couple of caves ...

      Guatemala City after 24hrs travel

      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 14, 2014

      1 photo

      ... caught a red tuk tuk there and walked back, and then it began to rain. Of course my umbrella was at the bus station. I forgot to mention that I had purchased my onward ticket to Guatemala City, which was to leave at 8am. What I failed to realise was that there is a one hr time difference here, so I had to wait another hour, which was a pain. Thankfully, I was not late by an hr! Anyhow Linea Dorada stopped for one hr at Hue Hue and I was sitting next to a chap in a leather jacket who ...

      Eleven-legged journeys and mozzie bites

      A travel blog entry by jesshill on Jun 10, 2014

      ... with a tyre, which was then changed at formula one-esque speed. Impressive. And after all our journeys, we finally arrived in Lanquin- the gateway town to Semuc Champey. And it was totally worth it- we explored the Kanga caves- partly underwater caves by candlelight, clambering over rocks and waterfalls. And Semuc Champey was stunning- beautiful pools of water set in mountainous scenery. And all very far away from anything. ...