Hotel Legendario

Address: 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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      Where to start..

      A travel blog entry by martinezje on Oct 18, 2014

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      ... this bus wasn't going anywhere. We decided to check for the cab how much it would be to go to our final destination. It would be 800 quetzals, this is a lot of money but then again it's still 4-5 hours away. But we where going budget so we went back to the bus stop. There was William ( the guy who was going the same direction) waving at us that the bus was here. Ofc by the time we crossed the street the bus was packed and no one could fit. ( sometimes you wonder how ...

      1 month in

      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 28, 2014

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      ... both studied very slowly with no loud noises haha.

      Thursday straight after school we had a textiles demo which was a lady showing us how to make the traditional Guatemalteca clothing, these clothes are made with a long process of weaving the material. It usually takes about a week of 8 hour days to make a scarf. The lady wanted us to try the weaving and so I did.... Literally 2 seconds after starting something fell out of something and I had ...

      Rosa

      A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 29, 2014

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      ... diabetes and SIDA.
      We weren't just limited to talking about medicine though. We also talked about a subject that's close to my heart...food. Haha. She taught me the word for "sesame" (ajonjolí) because we were talking about traditional Guatemalan cookies (rosca) that look like onion rings, but with sesame seeds on top. They are muy ricos! They are usually eaten only on holidays though and with café, of course! She taught me about a typical dish from ...

      The middle of nowhere...

      A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Jan 17, 2014

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      ... before was rolls royce transport compared to cage in the back of a truck that we had to stand on for the 45 minute trek to Semuc! It was pretty funny watching us hold on for dear life as we were thrown from side to side on the rock path. The odd local sometimes hopped on the back for a ride! Our first stop was the caves. Candles in-hand we made our way into caves...it was a little bit of a challenge swimming through water with one hand in the ...

      A dangerous but fun day!

      A travel blog entry by nloon on Sep 07, 2013

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      ... or killed themselves just yet, next up was the bridge jump. Would be quite similar to jumping off the old railway bridge in Killorglin, maybe not quite as high, but pretty f*#king high! Especially as climbing up on the rails involved getting out over the short and rickety railway sleepers that were moonlighting as a bridge deck. That's where there was a bridge deck of course! Anyway after a little chat with ...

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