El Carmen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Carmen Hotel Antigua Guatemala
I loved this place! GREAT food, hot showers and soft beds. What else do you need?
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Shaun and I met up with our Australian friend from Entre Volcanes Spanish school after breakfast at Hotel Carmen around 9:30 at the central plaza--the one with the fountain where the water spouts out the boobs of four women circling a pillar. xD …
Since we were done with our volunteer projects in Ciudad Vieja, I was allowed to stay as long as I l liked at my Spanish school Entre Volcanes. When Shaun was finished with his tutor Luis at noon, I kept chatting with Lucky. In fact, Shaun joined us for what turned into a 2 hour discussion on Guatemala and US politics. The convo moved into a …
Today on my coffee break at Espressarte Lucia gave Shaun, Mel and I each a baby cupcake for free. :) I took mine to Lucky. I told her all about how I was on a team of a few helping one of our group, Savannah, get her clothes back that had blown off the roof wall of our hotel into the neighboring house's courtyard. It was dark, there was rebar, a …
This morning I started my 8am-12pm Spanish immersion class to practice my conversational skills and Jecca went with a group to build stoves for families in some urban areas. At lunch time, Shaun, Kathrina and I drove to Ciudad Vieja to meet up with everyone at the Christian colegio Kairos where I stayed to help the kids with a science lesson/demo …
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There's an old convent in this town that, at one point, was the seat of power in the region, headed by the catholic church. The major leaders met in this convent to decide who would control which regions, which laws to enact, how to allocate their funds, etc. But a few angry volcanos changed all that, and now it's a cute little building with some impressive architecture. The whole town is ...