Holiday Inn Guatemala
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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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... 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, ...
... or other cheaper oils.
Hans Sloane - the English doctor of Sloane Square fame - was the first person to realise milk and chocolate was a winning combination
...and lots of other facts about chocolate that I have mostly forgotten!
Bogota, Colombia - fingers crossed for them in the quarter finals of the World Cup against Brazil, because we arrive the same day and if they win it is going to be insane!
... rides. We found Nles our CALMS (the group the HCLC joined with for these missions) very nice he called the driver to pick us up. We stopped for lunch at a upper scale McDonalds it was good. I have all ready fit into the roll of loud, laugh at, jokester which I was hoping to avoid until at least day 2 but as you all know I've been asking a ton of questions and trying to speak spanish (this is the quite laughable part). After ...
... escort, because they do not know if the person in the bathroom is actually trying to cause a problem. So, it was very good for the airlines, that they were able to break into the bathroom and get Scott out of there.
We landed in Miami and had about 4 hours before our next flight. We ate at TGIFriday's. Our next flight started boarding about 4:15 PM for our 4:50 PM flight. We got on the flight, and about 5 minutes before we were scheduled ...
... to do: - Volcan Pacaya. We got this volcano hike included with our spanish school deal, and it was pretty impressive. We hiked with Tanner from our homestay. After 1.5 hours in another minivan we came to the base of Pacaya where loads of children try to rent you sticks to use for the hike, ensuring you that they are "necesario". If you don't rend one they just turn to asking for straight money. Entrepreneurs. Our guide was Nere, and he was cool. Has hiked the volcano twice ...