Hotel Convento Santa Catalina
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... they are happening. The party itself was ok, but the music was pretty quiet. As I left, I noticed a load of police starting to gather around the entrance. A group of Irish girls next to us were basically wrestling on the street, so the police went over to them rattling their handcuffs. I took that as my cue to leave.
The following day/night involved taco’s for Breakfast, and then consuming a hell of a lot of alcohol from about 2pm onwards. ...
... town taking in two markets, one of which was a bit more upmarket, offering various artesan's wares. She had to get various bits and bobs and go to the bank, which ended up being two long waits, as the first one was the wrong one for her. We went into the main supermarket, which will be useful for me, and had a look around an Israeli place called Zoola, which is really cool inside and has a balcony. It seems that many places have balconies here plus lots of relaxing areas ...
... Nicaragua avevamo bisogno di un posto tranquillo dove passare qualche giorno e alla fine abbiamo trovato un ostello molto tranquillo appena fuori dal centro storico della cittā con un bel giardino e una camera confortevole. La cittā č davvero una meraviglia, una collezione di splendidi palazzi, chiese e case colorate circondata da un panorama spettacolare fatto di colline e vulcani. Per riprenderci dalle fatiche del giorno di viaggio, abbiamo passato un giorno ...
... market that sold just about everything including any mask you could think of to help you rob tourists.
We visited a couple of the colonial Churches and were impressed to see still intact a couple of the sawdust carpets on display. These things were epic. They usually comprise of sand and sawdust of all different colours and are ...
... This plant is not native to Guatemala, and if planted will die due to fungus in the soil.
• To get around this, another type of coffee plant in grown, which is immune to the fungus, but does not produce good quality beans. When both of these plants reach approximately 3 months, they are both cut in half and grafted. The top half from the quality plant is grated onto the bottom part of the fungus resistant plant. The process produces plants that can survive in the soil ...