El Carmen Hotel
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
This morning we didn't have to meet up until 11am which meant we could have a nice sleep in after our night out drinking but Daniela and I both woke up early. We bumped into Trevor and Paul in the hotel and went for breakfast with them at a bagel cafe, another yummy breakfast.
Today's main activity was a visit to a women's co-operative in …
This morning Trevor arranged for us to go and have breakfast at a hotel on the other side of Lake Atitlan. We left our hotel at 7.45am and walked down to the lake and took a short boat ride to get to the hotel. It was a really beautiful location and it was good to get some different views of the lake and the volcanoes. The food was really good. …
Woke up with the most horrific stomach cramps. We left Panajachel and did the 3-hour bus ride back to Antigua. It was horrible, so uncomfortable with the stomach cramps and I was sick twice. Back at the hotel in Antigua I went straight to bed for a few hours while the others climbed Pacaya Volcano [shame I missed it but I would definitely not had …
Elise and I got up and had a quick breakfast at the bagel barn [just a normal bagel with butter and jam, and a nice coffee] and then decided to have a walk around the pretty city, taking pictures and enjoying the weather. We spent hours in the indoor market, where they sell just about everything: clothes, bric-a-brac, mounds of bananas, oranges and …
We spent all day travelling on the minibus from Rio Dulce through Guatemala City to Antigua. G City was dirty, ugly and a little depressing, so what a change when we arrived at Antigua to find pretty buildings, cobbled streets and smiling people! We got there late afternoon so just had time to have a little orientation walk to get our bearings and …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed