Hotel Casona de la Isla
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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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We wake at 0630 and shower and pack a few things up before running down to the corner store to suss out some breakfast. Just the usual stuff and without bowels or spoons there to buy, it's another poor breakfast. Leesh has woken feeling worse and the rain isn't helping her with her cold symptoms. Very poor sleep last night with bed having dodgy springs, had a massive lean and was noisy and very uncomfortable. Both of us are struggling with back stiffness and fatigue this ...
... to get to Antigua, where my lovely Primeros Pasos friends Brittany and Laura were waiting for me, with two other chumps who they had recruited to join us on our journey: Nick, a bearded English man with Aussie slang and mad Usher rapping skills (who soon became known to us as "Nothing") and Erik, French-Norwegian blogger, surfer, and ukelele player extraordinaire. After showing them all of my strange bug bites on my stomach, a quick conversation about how I ...
... so went straight out to lunch, I had carbonara, yum :) It's a very cute town here and the island isn't that big. I think they said you can walk around it in about an hour. How I would describe it is, it's like the Latin American version of the little town in Mamma Mia. Like how everyone knows everyone, cute streets everywhere and all round the edge are restaurants by the water front. It's still quite wet and cold compared to what we are used to and has ...
... snakes, coati, spider monkeys and the raucous howler monkeys to name a few.
We returned to the hotel and found ourselves sitting on the deck overlooking a ...
... we headed out into the small island city of Flores. We met a tour operator who speaks great English and offered us the same price as the man from our hostel. He understood us wanting to book with the hostel, but he was so kind and helpful with other things, that we booked some travel with his company for the next couple days.
Unfortunately, the entire city was out of power yesterday so we were not able to use wifi when we needed it. This also led to ...