Candelaria Antigua Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... when we had to jump in a 6 seater plane made out of tin that afternoon, meh! Adrenalin v hangover, Adrenalin wins every time.
Being in a tin can plane and not particularly high up definitely gave us the opportunity to see the Guatemalan landscape at it's best, rolling lush green hills and mountains were pretty breathtaking.
We arrived in Flores and after a panicked hour walking around trying to get money out, we finally ...
... to the hostel where we had a few drinks with some other travellers. We went to another bar with them, they had a shot and then left! Ryan and I had only just opened our beer, so much for party people! We spoke to the bar tender, the only Englishman we had seen in a while. He told us the best things to do in town whilst having a bit of a cheese toasty for free! He said there's not that much to do here apart from drink so we'll see how the next few days ...
... Claudia and I had a nice day. Walked up to lookout point but cloud wouldn't shift but blue skies in parts. Then walked around, went to chocolate shop and bought yummy white chocolate with ginger in. Then walked round art gallery then found really cool bar - sky bar with awesome views across Antigua and had yummy cocktails. Had cojito - amazing with coconut rum then regular mojito. Saw fuego volcano smoking every so ...
Antigua is a very unique place. I can't get over how beautiful the climate has been. It seems to rain in the evening and is nice during the day. The temps are moderate also and because of the altitude being over 5,000 feet there aren't many insects. The streets are cobblestone which means the cars rumble as they pass and I find the cobbles difficult to walk on. Antigua is a quaint colonial village surrounded by volcanoes. I can ...
... first views of Volcan de Agua from town. It is rather close. And that was my last day in Antigua.
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