El Convento Boutique Hotel

Address: 2a. Avenida Norte # 11, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, Guatemala | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 2a. Avenida Norte # 11, Antigua Guatemala.
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      Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

      Joyous Reunions

      A travel blog entry by mdyoung5 on Jan 15, 2015

      2 photos

      ... hung out for a while and then I went for a salsa class while the boys napped and Nadja relaxed. The class was fantastic!!! I was surprised at how quickly I picked it up and was able to help others in the class who had more practices than me, particularly a drunk guy who I got paired up with for a bit. After showering I was in for a wonderful surprise! The other Australian boys, the tall ones, had returned too!! ...

      Getting to Know Antigua

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 31, 2014

      22 photos

      ... monastery on either side of the road. Since it was a cloister monastery the nuns needed a way to cross the street without venturing outside the building walls. The arch was created to serve this purpose, but today it is famous for the view of the arch with a volcano behind it and is the most recognizable landmark of Antigua.

      As we walked, Fausto pointed out houses, many of which he explained are mansions owned by Americans and have tennis courts or swimming ...

      Last Day of School

      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Oct 30, 2014

      26 photos

      ... through the lens, see images of themselves and so he patiently shows them. The children are engaged and receptive as you would expect 7 year olds to be, they are adorable. After about 40 minutes their attention spans drift off and it is time for us to go.

      Since it is the last day of school everything has been removed from the walls and the classrooms look dreary and dingy, the wooden desks ...

      Historia de Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Aug 20, 2014

      1 comment, 59 photos

      ... nightlife so we enjoyed ourselves there with Marc and a few other people that were staying/working at his hostel. We didn't really do much there apart from an overnight trip to another town on the lake (San Marcos) where we did a hike, and on the last day Jules, Marc and I went to Panajachel, the major town on the lake which truth be told wasn't very interesting. We had a great time just eating and drinking in San Pedro, the setting is truly beautiful. We did intend to enrol ...


      A travel blog entry by muzbec on Dec 10, 2012

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... the small grid-like streets where a handful of churches placed north, south, east and west. Two of the key churches along with another 3,000 buildings were severely damaged in an earthquake that hit the capital in 1717 at a magnitude of 7.4 but the ruins added to the beauty of the old city and droves of American and European tourist groups walked the grounds in their safari suits taking photos with their digital SLRs and extended lenses. As they ...