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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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casona de la Isla Flores
Travel Blogs from Flores
... only is it unbearably hot the later it gets, but we were visiting in rainy season meaning along with the afternoon heat came the afternoon thunderstorms. Additionally, as any good bird/animal watcher, will tell you, wildlife is much more active in the early morning and later afternoon. This was demonstrated as we spotted a large family of coatis crossing the road as we entered the park and while sipping our first cup of coffee we spotted a keel-billed toucan (Jenn's favourite bird) in ...
... sandwich haha and regretted it so much. Anyways so the day started off great as we lost our tour guide. so we spent like 20 minutes trying to find him. We eventually did but to be honest I wasn't listening to a word he said because I was so hot and tired and uncomfortable. The only good part of the tour guide was that we didn't get lost because this place was massive through the jungle. Apparently this one guy got lost for like a week in the jungle. At the very start of ...
El remate is where we would be basing ourselves for the next 2 nights, being in close proximity to Tikal. Lizzy and James had sorted a very cheap hotel at £14 a night per couple called Hotel Las Gardenias. We had great views of the lake and the place had a nice local feel. Our hotel had a restaurant which we enjoyed eating at on both nights. It also seemed to be the local hangout for the Police and Military who were always eating while we were ...
... see them by daylight they are huge and you wonder how you could not have seen them earlier. In fact, we had walked through the main acropolis, stood around, and had no inkling that 2 temples are a housing complex were right there!
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Next morning first stop Flores, an old town on an island with a bridge connecting to the mainland. Pretty interesting and very walkable, has a lovey feel to it, little boats, cobbles (more like rocks) and children swimming in the lake.
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