Hotel Casa Concepcion

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

    Booze, Spanish lessons & my new Guatemalan Family

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... who work there.

    On Wednesday night, we went to said Aussie bar and then on to a local club. On the whole the night was fairly un-eventful up until we went to an illegal afterparty. All of the bars and clubs in Antigua have to close at 1am by law, which means that inevitably lots of after hours parties pop up all over the city. The local authorities aren’t massive fans of this, and it doesn’t seem to take them long to ...

    I am another week deep

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... if Stewardo has found any "Guapa" chicas. Fortunately I have advanced enough in Spanish to know how to respond now........"Si"

    We decided to go for a walk up to a famous mountain "boulo" that has long concrete slides once you reach the peak. After getting told to be careful and watch out for bandits along the road we trekked a little faster up the side of the hill are took in the views of our home town Xela. 45 minutes ...

    Days 39 - 42 - Antigua & Lake Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by charliemclean on May 03, 2014

    ... was going to get very wet. The last on the boat meant that I was sitting right up near the now so every wave we hit splashed up into my back. About halfway across the wind got too cold so I hunkered down underneath a large plastic sheet with the other poor sods in the front row. It was a bonding experience. The US marine next to me decided that would be a good time to crack open a bottle of rum (I think it was anyway) and pass it around, nothing like the kindness of strangers, and a bit ...

    Guatemalteco life

    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 26, 2014

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    ... isn't seen out on the streets or within the community, people start to worry. The downside to this, as I was told, is that the neighbors are always in each others business. I honestly don't know who my neighbors are in Philadelphia, which is rather sad. Many Guatemalans have expressed their desire to visit the US one day, though. I wonder if they would miss the sense of community that's typical of their
    country and atypical of ...

    Home of chocolate and coffee

    A travel blog entry by bulaska on Jan 15, 2014

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    ... but there is not much to see. The tour lasts about 20 minutes and explains the characteristics of the Macadamia tree and everything you can make out of it. After that you can get a free facial with Macadamia oil and try some pancakes made out of Macadamia flour, with Macadamia butter and blueberry jam on it... yummy! It tastes delicious but the price (50 GTQ) made us split one portion between two of us. BTW, the farm has the most beautiful toilet I ...