Holiday Inn Guatemala
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Guatemala Guatemala City
Standard business-class hotel, with a decent breakfast buffet and conveniently located in the Zona Viva. Rooms and hotel a bit dated.
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So I thought it would be good to do a blog post whilst I wait for the others to finish packing... After 8 weeks of living in Guatemala City with our amazing host family, we are now packing and getting ready to move to San Cristobal for 10 days to work on a new project! Excited is an understatement!! On Thursday, we gave our last workshop in the school we've been working at... It all seems surreal that we've actually been ...
... of Cheetos! Mmmmmmm The highlight has got to be drinking four Loko out of a brown paper bag haha!! That's how I do it!! So we set off on Monday and finally on Wednesday we had our flight which again! Was delayed 2 hours! By this point I had immense hated for United airlines! But nonetheless we got the plane and headed to Guatemala! Guatemala City We eventually arrived at close to midnight very tired, very hungry and somewhat frustrated. Going through immigration ...
... get messed up. I looked over to see that Ixchel was in such a rush and that her hands were getting sweaty. I knew that if you took your time and thought about it thoroughly it would come out the way you would want it to, so that’s what I did. Thirty minutes passed by and our hands were becoming numbed, we decided to take a break and drink some water. The sun hitting my back was causing me to slow down because of all the heat. After we rested we continued ...
Got up around 11am and went tubing with about 30 people from the hostel. It's not anything like tubing in Laos. The river is nice and calm, there are no bars and people actually use and pay for their tubes. It was really relaxing and we all floated in one big group sipping on the little cans of **** which the hostel provided us with. We did stop halfway through and we had a good laugh with this couple from New Zealand, 2 lads from Sweden and Irish guy from ...
... and I bought a pack and were excited to get started. The heat felt great on my hands as I held the marshmallow in the pit and the marshmallow tasted great and gooey when it was done. A few other people brought chocolate cookies and we were appreciative that they shared with us so we could make s'mores. What an experience it was to make s'mores in a crater of an active volcano! The hike back was quicker with fewer stops, but just as beautiful and ...