BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Stofella
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Stofella Guatemala City
We only spent one night and our room was very small with barely room to move and put our suitcases flat. The room definitely needed better lighting.
The beds were comfortable and the room was clean but I would probably not choose to stay here again which surprises me because Best Westerns are usually much better than this one.
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... the local money) - we headed to this huge shop called Mega Paca and bought loads of crazy clothes and vintage shirts and I spent the equivalent of £8.30... **** you England and your **** prices!! Came home and our host sister, Emily invited us to her university party and we went into the dining room and they'd ordered huge domino pizzas - this family are the best! (Screw the diet.. I'm coming back bigger than ever!) Who knew Guatemalan people loved beer pong!?! ...
... to see if we could get a better deal. But of course on our journey to find a bus we came across McDonald's and had to stop! We then went back to the room and were super excited to tell everyone about this ingenious plan for these cowboy boots, but no one answered us.... Poor us. We eventually did end up face timing Anthony's family. Then we left again because it was getting late and we needed to buy a bus ticket so we actually ended up ...
What a surprise, again like caye caulker, the day I decide to leave the weather is gorgeous!! Packed up then Alex and I went to McDonald's, amazing view from the garden out the back. Nikky met us and I decided to go lookout point again via arch seeing as finally had a sunny day. Then went back to sky bar for chicken nachos - was so nice but didn't even eat half of them as so huge! Had yummy strawberry liquado too, ...
... community originally brought over by the British as slaves. So there was a very interesting atmosphere, much more relaxed and reggae-infused! That night we stayed in Flores, a tiny island in the middle of another lake which had originally been used as a stronghold by the Spanish. There were lots of nice restaurants dotted around the tiny cobbled street island but we were a little sick of the local food (some people manifested said sickness through a number of bodily functions) ...
... with a white head scarf. It was chaos and we couldn't understand what was going on - some kids were heading towards the church while others were walking away.
Oddly enough, the procession started shortly after the final whistle of the football match. Dozens of purple robed boys walked ahead of the float carried by 60 boys. The band behind the float played sombre music as the float gently rocked from side ...