Hotel Casa Antigua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Antigua Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... afternoon we did the city tour as planned and heard from other teams that the volcano trail had been very heavy going. Glad we didn't do it! ;-) We rounded off the day with a typical Guatemalan meal in a local restaurant. Antigua is a beautiful city and definitely the place to be for students of ...
... know when in a foreign country so I was still slightly relieved when the orders came for everyone to split before the cops came back. Midday the next day, nursing slight hangovers we waded back to Antigua (Meera, Ruki and I) about 5 mins out of town our shuttle pulled over and waited for two more people to come in a tuk-tuk (little motor bike taxi thingy). We waited for about 15 mins and I had a chuckle when it turned out to be Matt (one of the guys from the El mirador trip) and his ...
... to Juayua for the popular gastronomic festival. We spent a whopping $5 each for a plate of food, but it was worth every cent! Joel got rabbit while I got fajita. It was here I got to hold a giant snake.
Palm Sunday saw us up at the crack of dawn to join in the town’s procession, and then both of us a bit under the weather for the rest of the day. In my sick boredom I shaved the side of my head! On Monday, Joel was still ...
... me out for the next almost two days. Our hike was postponed to the following weekend. With a day or two rest I recover, albeit a few kilos lighter…. ha ha ha
On Monday Amanda and I sign up for more Spanish classes, taking them for 3 hours on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. These were great classes, as we were able to build on our basis that we learnt and had been using to date. Our teacher didn't speak a word of English to us unless absolutely necessary which ...
... and you get to visit their own coffee plantation. At the the end they serve you a delicious cup of self-made coffee from their own farm.
When we arrived in Antigua, we intended to take a chocolate making class where you learn to prepare your own chocolate. Unfortunately, the classes turned out to be more expensive than we thought (180 GTQ) and so we only visited their chocolate museum - Choc Museum - and tried some of the hot chocolates (which ...