Hotel Legendario

9a Calle 3-00 Zona 1, Esquipulas, 20007, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Georgetown area of Esquipulas.
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    Travel Blogs from Esquipulas

    Relaxing at Lake Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... waterfront patio which is now 3m underwater, there are whole collection of rooms and places to explore, there is even a working tap in one of the rooms. As well as sunken hotels the lake has some interesting thermal features. The bottom of the lake has vents of very hot water, we got to watch our an egg cook underwater in about 3 minutes and if you dig you hands into the silt you can really feel the heat. A very interesting and unique diving ...


    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on May 04, 2014

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    ... qualche chilometro la strada era interrotta da una colata di fango che era franata sul cammino nottetempo; dopo un’ora a spalare terra immersi nel fango, alcuni volenterosi uomini del posto sono riusciti a liberare la strada quel tanto che bastava per far passare il nostro camion, che comunque per poco non finiva a fondovalle con il fango e tutto il resto, carico di turisti incluso. Dopo la frana, dopo altri dieci chilometri e dopo un decrepito ponte di ...

    Semuc Champay and river fun

    A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Nov 17, 2013

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    ... is doing the Semuc Champay trip). Why did we come: - Semuc Champay. Absolutely fantastic day! We booked the tour through our hostel and had our best organised day trip yet. Action packed. This place is a playground for grown ups with loads of things to jump and swing off! The tour left at 9am(ish) and we returned at 6pm. Hiking through water filled caves with no light but the candles we were carrying (and who said that water and candles don't work well ...

    Hostel heaven + Bear Grylls + Natural paradise

    A travel blog entry by pablo_salma on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... To make things difficult the caves were pitch black so we had to swim with candles in our hands! I didn’t have the best relationship with the tour guide as I kept putting my candle under the water #beargrylls

    The next part of our adventure included swimming and jumping into the local river. Mary and I had made it our objective to 'have a crack’ at anything on our tour. So when our tour guide gave us the option of jumping off the 12-metre ...

    Hey lady

    A travel blog entry by nico0064 on Apr 12, 2013

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    ... long and hot but we finally arrived after 8 hours. Where we were staying you could book the caving and springs tours but we thought the next day we would go tubing instead and then caving the day after. The next morning at 10 am we were some of the only people left at the hostel. Turned out there was no tubing that day so we ended up bumming around the whole day. The hostel is set in the jungle and beside a river so we went swimming and laid around ...

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