Clarion Suites Guatemala City
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... touching. Our last stop was the women's workshop where I bought a beautiful necklace. This is a great project-check it out at safepassage.org. This was a morning well-spent, a testimonial to what one person can initiate and how others can carry on and help the project grow.
After a light lunch we boarded our bus and did a city tour. This ...
... the possibility that he merely wanted to make the journey of the first 5 minutes without paying as he seemed very satisfied with the proceedings. The drama over, we are on our way. After a few minutes, the Second Drunk staggers forward and occupies a seat upfront and comically nods his head to the loud beat of the latino music that issues from the bus’ capable speakers.
Since Antigua is in a valley surrounded by mountains, getting ...
... locals name for the city, tourists are recommended not to show any signs of wealth outdoors, although it depends on which area and at what time of day. I marvelled at some lovely flora and fauna, and then, although it did not bother me, I found out that the adjacent natural history museum was closed on Mondays, despite what my book stated. Onwards to the Museo Popol Voh and this time I walked. This area is really affluent and there are army barracks, shopping malls and department ...
... and then onto our lovely little back street hotel/guest house called Los Bucaros. Given a few of us were leaving the trip imminently, we thought it’d be rude not to head out for a few drinks after dinner on the Monday night. We’d already limbered up a little bit with some day old red wine we had left over from the night before. Tasty, vinegary wine. No one could be bothered walking down to the main strip so we stumbled into a back alley bar we ...
... monk who founded a hospital for the poor in Antigua in the 1600's. Many people still come to this church and pray by his tomb for the ill to get better. In the adjoining museum there are dozens of crutches and leg callipers of those who must have been cured through Saint Pedro's intercession.
Today's procession was coming from out of town and it was late so we decided to walk to meet it. Fortunately we only had ...