Crowne Plaza Guatemala
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... the two marketplaces. the Sunday market was alive with music and all kinds of goods for sale-hammocks, chicken feet, Maya sleeping mats, live chicks, sugar cane, gigantic carrots and other vegetables, shoes etc, etc. At the mall, we changed dollars into quetzals and navigated the food court for our lunch. Jan and I tried Pollo Campera, Guatemala's home-grown version of Kentucky Fried chicken, and the favorite of ...
... Cemaco and other megastores and businesses. Since we did not know what route the bus would take through the city or where it would terminate, we closely tracked its progress in an offline map app on the phone.
“Do you speak English? Where do you want to go ?”, we heard this from the seat directly behind us. A young teenage girl nodded and pointing at the phone said, “it would be better if you put that away, someone is going ...
... on the picture. It is remarkable that such colours and detail has remained n such fine detail, and that so many books from that era were lost or destroyed. I was honoured to see it.
Just before, my search for this internet cafe was exhausting, and became more bearable after I purchased a 2 litre bottle of cold mineral water. Soon, I am off to Casa Mima and will be in Zona 1 again.
I got the cab to Casa Mima, which is a beautiful colonial house that ...
... year old lad walked in completely topless, just wearing jeans and shoes. One of the guys at the bar gave him a leather jacket to wear. He decided to befriend me and practise his English, and kept apologising for how bad it was. I felt very guilty, given that my Spanish is basically limited to ‘yes’ and ‘thank-you’ at the moment. He was a good lad, but his breath smelt a bit like out of date milk, so I decided not to stick around much ...
... carrying huge logs on their shoulders. Every 30 seconds or so they were dragged into a run so they could be whipped 3 times on their back. The whipping was for real too, you could see in the eyes of the log carrier that he was mentally preparing for the pain and wincing on every lash. Given that the procession lasted about 8 hours, these guys were undoubtedly going to be in a lot of pain tomorrow.
The float ...