Hotel Casona de la Isla
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casona de la Isla Flores
This was a nice hotel. The rooms were comfortable. One of our ceiling fans did not work but the air conditioning unit made up for that. The location of the hotel is perfect, right by the river. The view was amazing. I did not particularly like the food in this hotel but I only had a burger and fries. That's not really enough to pass judgment. Overall, I had a great experience here and would definitely stay again.
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... there was only one driver left. That should have been our first warning, really. We bundled our bags into the back of his rather shoddy-looking car of some unidentifiable make and jumped inside where our worst fears were realised. If this car ever had seatbelts they were long gone by now, along with all the dashboard instruments (the odometer had stopped around the 400k km mark). The suspension and steering were so bad that the car constantly drifted left or right, ...
... in the process of exhuming the skeleton of a female ruler.
We paused briefly to view the Palacio de los Murcielagos (Bat Palace) also known as the Palace of Windows (Ventanas). A couple of Keel-billed Toucans distracted us briefly before they disappeared allowing us to discern a mask-like figure on the walls of the palace.
As we neared the Grand Plaza on our return route, the darkness gave way to bright late ...
... of left and right turns got onto the highway. We quickly wolfed down our pre-packed supper (muffins and drinking yogurt) and reclined ourselves to sleep after the events of the day.
We were expected to arrive at our destination, Santa Elena at 5 am in the morning. The first available transportation to Tikal (67 km away) would be at 6 am from a nearby terminal. As it turned out, we arrived 15 minutes before schedule ...
... continue to drive through the countryside, through more towns before more sleeping occurs with each wordbrain level which stumps us for a while. I crash out and wake when we arrive in Coban, a solid two hour final leg before Lanquin. The weather has changed dramatically, and it's now cold, raining and windy. We head into a supermarket to load up on anything for breakfast and lunch for next few days. Not a big variety and good things have the standard inflated pricing. We ...
... sailed around it was one of those moments where you just think, this is cool. Chilling on a fishing boat, on a lake in Guatemala, whilst the sun was kind of setting between the clouds, watching all the lights of the island go past. So cool. We got back about an hour later and had some chill time before dinner. 19:00 was our meeting time and we walked about 5 minutes down the road to a cute little restaurants. We ordered our food and I had some chicken which ...