Hotel Convento Santa Catalina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... chef at my hostel in Antigua. A very handsome and charismatic man that makes a mean basket of fries. The man is a genius with his fries! I will attempt to replicate this when I get back to San Francisco. Come visit me and I'll make you Leo's fries. Anyway, we joked around a lot, in a boys will be boys sort of way. One evening we got to the point where all friendships go to be solidified...we inquired about our past and our relationships. We talked about our ...
... on like the end of the bone with the foot part hanging to the left. I almost started crying so I gave her lots of my food ( she needed it more than I did). We said bye to Nathan and Ryan and we got back on the same bus and they took a smaller one. we got really lucky with that bus because it was so big. I passed out right right way because of the gravol and it took Anthony quite a long time to wake me up at our next stop. I don't know where we were because I ...
... it, as Henry asked why there was no Mexican food, I had explain we were not in Mexico! He also stated that the locals all looked very 'mayan', I needn't explain my response to that one! Antigua is so picturesque, it's a World Heritage Site, but also the most expensive place I've been so far. However the restaurants and bars are really nice here, it's all very trendy (and ...
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If you only walk the streets, you’re missing a majority of the beauty of Antigua. Duck into restaurants and hotels to glimpse the lush and cool courtyards. Many have gardens and fountains ...
... taking shots every ten minutes until the bottle was gone. We each got four shots each in addition to a bunch of other random people joining in. Assaf enjoyed his cigar and then we headed out to the bars when the hostel closed up. The night got very crazy very fast. We started at a new bar with a bunch of games, naturally we played giant jenga with it ending by Assaf kicking it over in frustration since it was lasting so long. Then ...