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- Continental Breakfast
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The kids, Lui and Abuelita Yoli went to El Parque Central. There are pigeons that cover the grounds in the park that is right out in front of the big Cathedral Central church. The kids fed the birds and ran around. Amaia chased the birds all over the park. Julissa stared in ...
... in the yard next door catches my eye...a dog? No...a turkey! You're lucky mister...I was looking for the rooster! So...I watch the impending Greek tragedy on CNN..it is easier to understand then CÑÑ in Spanish. I'm off to Kaffee Fernando's for coffee and breakfast. I'm met by Misha the cat...who immediately jumps up in my lap and purrs and nuzzle me...you're lucky your not a rooster! I get 2 Black Fernandos...American with an ...
Day 3 in Antigua, for the first time we're somewhere for longer than a day or two. Feels a bit strange. We met our new your mates for the second half of this trip last night and headed off this morning the Cerro de la Cruz viewpoint above town. The ...
... inquire about hiring a trainer for a couple sessions next week. Having a trainer's help will likely make us feel more comfortable working out again. After leaving the gym, we found a place that makes terrific smoothies and amazing protein balls. We enjoyed both on our walk to meet our guide for our private walking tour of the city.
Our tour started in front of a large, elaborately decorated cathedral from the Spanish colonial times in the 1500s. It has been ...
... as if my sunglasses had gone missing from my room somehow, which is more than a little annoying.
Before my 2-day binge, I signed up to go on a volcano hike on Saturday & Sunday, camping overnight on Saturday. I attended the pre-hike meeting, and judging by the info I think it may be a lot tougher than I’d first thought. Only 6 and a half hours hiking, up a 13,000 foot volcano, in Guatemalan rainy season. Cool. To counteract the partying, ...