Hotel Convento Santa Catalina
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Convento Santa Catalina Antigua Guatemala
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... she has (webpage). We were sad to leave El Paredon and the friends we made here, however after staying a week, the longest of anywhere on our trip so far, we knew we would be missing out on other places if we stayed longer. So, after walking through town, getting a fishing boat, a tuk tuk, and two chicken buses, after 5 hours, we were back in Antigua for a night before our transfer the next morning to El Salvador. Guatemala was such a pleasant surprise. We certainly hope to come back one ...
... get in. While looking up along its vast walls we could imagine that the cathedral used to be huge, meaning that it had to take up the immense space. We also learnt that the Cathedral de Santiago was built as a Roman Catholic church around 1542, but it unluckily suffered from several earthquakes throughout its history, and the first building was demolished in 1669. A new cathedral was constructed in 1680 and by 1743 it was one of the largest churches in Central ...
... hoody's. A maître'd complete with bow tie hurried over to help us/remove us from site of the other guests! Cashpoint finally found, we stopped at our favourite Italian bakery to pick up tea on our way back to the hostel. After making sure everything is ready for the morning, we reluctantly set our alarms for 3.30am....eeeee! Overall, I definitely preferred Mexico to Guatemala, though Tikal and Semuc Champey are both definitely worth a visit to Guatemala ...
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Distance Travelled (approximate kilometres)
By Air 21433 (http://www.airmilescalculator.com/)
By Road 7098 (according to Google Maps and http://www.travelmath.com/drive-distanc e/ and not including day trips, etc)
By boat 1019 kilometres
... year old lad walked in completely topless, just wearing jeans and shoes. One of the guys at the bar gave him a leather jacket to wear. He decided to befriend me and practise his English, and kept apologising for how bad it was. I felt very guilty, given that my Spanish is basically limited to ‘yes’ and ‘thank-you’ at the moment. He was a good lad, but his breath smelt a bit like out of date milk, so I decided not to stick around much ...