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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
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With a full tank and an unblemished budget, el Burro and I whizzed our way to the colonial town of Antigua. My GPS hadn't a clue what was going on in this little town, so I figured my way around using the Lonely Planet map and identifiable landmarks.
With Holy Week finished, this picturesque town living beneath 3 volcanos was fairly dormant. I pretty much had the place to myself, and a handful ...
... in colourful patterns to represent a carpet. In what would have taken days to build the result was definitely worthwhile. These however were swept away about 24 hours after we saw them.
The mobile Burger King on wheels that we saw in El Salvador had nothing on this place. You wouldn't even know it was there walking past it. Still, it was ...
... out and surrounded the fire to keep warm and enjoy the hot dinner goodness. Our guide told us that unless the weather shifted there would be no sunset summit hike - and this is exactly what happened. Everyone hit the hay around 8PM, jumped into their sleeping bags and tried to get some sleep. Due to the altitude, sleep comes difficult and both Amanda and I woke at 4am feeling like we had been hit by a bus! Amanda more so, feeling a little nauseous and light headed. But with ...
... kindly gave me some of his remaining Guatemalan currency so that I could in Fernando’s Kaffe get a crepe with mushroom for Q 35 / NZ $ 5.40 / US $ 4.40 (included the tip) for breakfast.
The hotel had complementary coffee available so that side was covered.
... of the Volcán de Agua framed under the arch and the city’s buildings without people.
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I wasn’t the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed