Hotel Casona del Lago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casona del Lago Flores
Our first accomodation fell through and we ended up driving around and found this beautiful little hotel right on the lake in Flores. Clean, pretty with a stunning view - what else could you want? It was under $50 Aus per night and the staff were lovely and very helpful.
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As I mentioned yesterday I didn't have a great night's sleep. I was also woken by people getting up and leaving around 3am and then again at 5. They weren't the quietest bunch. I got up around nine, and got myself some pancakes. Another ******** email off my bank didn't get me off to the best mood, and neither did reading a lot of depressing stuff about the general way society has gone to ****. It should be as simple as ignoring stuff I know is going ...
... a toucan perched in the top of a tree not too far from us. We have come to realise that missing the crowds of tourists is the best way to see the sights. Whether you get there early or wait it out, you will be rewarded.
Feeling that we had seen most of the sights in the park, we ambled back to our hotel (20m from the entrance) and headed back to Flores for one more night. Now, we do not have a drinking problem, but we are on a budget. So when ...
... in his broken English. The whole place was very impressive and we all took our fair share of photos but there was this one group of Asian girls who photographed everything and anything. They were like Karl Jordan at a CBC senior cup rugby match, snapping away feverishly. There are 5 temples and we had a good look around all of them. Just before sunset we all climbed up temple number 4 and found ourselves a spot to watch the sun go down. You ...
... we arrived at Tikal, another Mayan ruin at lunchtime. A very extensive site, still mostly covered in. Jungle, although many temples have Been partly restored. Saw sunset over the Sun. temples which was magical. We went on a walk though the afternoon, the a night walk (when no one was sure what direction we were going in). A lot of mozzie bites acquired, just when ...
Ocellated Turkeys, endemic to the Yucatan peninsula are quite tame at Tikal and simply walk across lawns and on the paths with abandon. There is a crocodile pond right next to the visitor center and a path runs along the circumference. As we made our way around it we stopped to admire a turtle and baby crocodile facing off from their respective corners. A Basilisk lizard darted ...