Grand Tikal Futura Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Tikal Futura Hotel Guatemala City
The food at this restaurant was YUM! The surroundings were beautiful as well. We did not sleep here, we only ate at the restaurant.
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... We stopped in the supermarket for bananas and there were none to be had! The shipment had not arrived and they were all out. How could there be no bananas in a banana republic?
A highlight of the journey was an impromptu stop at the side of the rode to see a group of men carrying a statue of Saint Diego to there village as part of the Lenten Ritual. This Saint goes from village to village, staying on week ...
... This bus won’t take you there. And be very careful” she added.
We we got off at the next stop, which turned out to be squarely in the middle of a busy shopping district and right outside the large Miraflores mall. With so many people going on with their business, what are these people talking about? But as instructed, we hopped into the next cruising taxi for the short ride into the city center.
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... no avail, following recommendations to go to the supermarket and numerous stores, but again and again I was out of luck. I finally gave up after picking up some beers at the supermarket and found a typical local restaurant for dinner. I had a somewhat unusual mix of chicken and fried eggs with fricoles, tortillas, goats cheese, and what tasted like a more lumpy version of hot milk on the plate. They served me a fizzy orange with ice, and as I try to stay clear of drinking water, ...
We wanted to get out of Guatemala City pretty sharpish as there's not too much to do there and it's expensive, so we walked to get a bus that took us directly to Antigua. We arrived in Antigua to bumpy cobblestones and a very friendly, helpful man who gave us directions to Jungle Party hostel, where we checked into their loft dorm for 60Q a night. This was essentially a massive ...
... enormous, they can weigh up to 3,000kg and need about 40-60 men to carry it on their shoulders. They swap periodically throughout the route, but they are still carrying a considerable weight for hours.
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