Hotel Casa Concepcion

Address: Callejon del Hermano Pedro #2, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, 03001, Guatemala | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Callejon del Hermano Pedro #2, Antigua Guatemala.
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        Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

        Arriving in Guatemala

        A travel blog entry by srhathaway on Sep 20, 2015

        8 photos

        I made it! Guatemala Airport just might be the easiest airport that I've been to so far in Central America. I don't know what I expected - maybe something crazy like in Mexico where everyone is trying to get you to go with them somewhere. But not so much here - everyone was polite - no crazy harassment and easy breezy. In fact, I didn't book any transportation ahead of time. I had read there would be shuttles ...

        The Guatemala gringo trail

        A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Apr 09, 2015

        ... swimming. We met up again with a couple of friends from San Pedro, Farah and Dalia, and stayed in a jungle lodge next to the river. It was really quiet, which was just what we needed after all that mayhem, but we still managed to drink a bit too much and pretend it was Dalia's birthday in order to get a free cake. However, in the main, our time here was much more adventurous - we went on a tour of local caves (yes, even ...

        Recipe for Antigua Guatemala

        A travel blog entry by rachelandjoseph on Apr 05, 2015

        1 comment, 34 photos

        ... food restaurants and not-so-fast food restaurants around town, concentrated more in the center.

        You cannot forget to celebrate Lent in the most unique way in this part of the world. Every Sunday in Lent, take out a procession from a different church. It should start in the morning, make its way through the streets of the town, and return to the church at night, after more than 12 hours. About 100 men should carry the anda (altar) ...


        A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Mar 26, 2015

        24 photos

        ... soon as the hike started we knew it was going to be tough. With our backpacks consisting of our tent, sleeping bags, clothes and 6 litres of water each, the weight soon added up and the thought of hauling this extra 20kg on our backs up a mountain, suddenly did not seem so appealing! We set off with the group, and covered good ground to reach the first rest point. Jen and I had found ourselves at the back of the group. Looking around at the other people in the group, I ...

        Stop. Hammock time!

        A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

        142 photos

        ... around either Cambridge where I grew up, or Leeds where I have lived for the past eight years. I don’t think “Er, this is the university where I did some learning and, er, this is a park that I like to walk around and, er, these ruins are my favourite place to go and think” would really cut it. So I have been inspired to find out more about my own heritage. After all I’ve met plenty of people around the world who I have offered a place to rest their ...