Hotel Convento Santa Catalina
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... very ornate, built with extra thick walls, support and buttresses. It was not very tall in order to withstand more earthquakes. As we were leaving the church a wedding was going to start with bride arriving with a stunning dress, mother faffing about to get the dress straight, and flower girl throwing her toys out of cot (she was supposed to carry a white satin chusion, presumably to put the rings on,and she threw the pillow onto the dusty paving) lots of tears and treats but ...
Up at 6:30 this morning to get dressed and meet down for breakfast at 7:15. We noticed that the wind was catching the smoke from the kitchen chimney and was blowing it back into our room, and we had both woken up with sore throats. We had a fried egg and beans and tortillas for breakfast. We thanked our host family and grabbed our things and Antonio carried my bag down to the meeting point at the church for 8am. Here we said goodbye and waited for the rest of the ...
... for today was a 50 minute relaxation massage. We each got to choose two oils from a list that explained what the benefits of each oil are. I chose rosemary and lavender and Jason had rosemary and eucalyptus. Again our masseuses started with our backs and shoulder and from the sounds of their hands on our backs, they were working in perfect unison. After the backs of our legs and arms were completed, we were turned over and they started massaging our heads, ...
... pick up where we left off is amazing in itself! Thanks Kim and zach for being the best tour guides-teachers ever!!! We have learned so much culture and customs. In pray mailen has had a life change that may take awhile to process if like me...from the highlands to the lowlands we have experienced the country and it's people-all so ...
... some colourful gear, Indi loves her new bib.
We did a walk up a hill to a big cross overlooking the town, Kat only complained half the way which was good. Up the top there was a picture of a bandit on a sign so Kat panicked and wanted to make a quick exit until all the families started arriving. When we got there, you could see the 3 volcanos that surround the town and we could see volcano Fuego, the active one, pumping out some smoke.