Hotel El Peregrino
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that we should be prepared for something similar. And as luck would have it, it was, as the hotel told us they were full and completely denied the legitimacy of our reservation (in full printout) or even the internet booking site that arranged it. It was New Year's eve and hotel rooms were going at premium.
The couple actually walked with us to a nearby hotel to see if they had rooms but we found their rates unreasonably high. A ...
... sweat bath. On the northeast side of the plaza there is a religious building devoted to communal festivities and one where a shaman practiced. Cultivated fields and other vegetation have also been uncovered that include fields of maize plants, a garden with a variety of herbs, fruit trees, including guava and cacao.
This was an interesting site; ...
... 5till 3ish and now we are in Copan which is very quaint. We have had to leave the bus on the outskirts of the town as the streets are very narrow and all rustic cobblestones. We came in by tuk tuks with our luggage only to find that our reservation had been lost. Yves had to go off and find a hotel with 9double rooms in record time. We ate first as food had been difficult today. Lunch was a tin of tuna and a sweet bun! It's a bit of ...
... left around midday and decided to walk back to town. The walk was nice but it was pretty hot out. That afternoon we relaxed at the hostel. Megs spent time updating her CV. I wandered around town a few times.
It was well worth the stop and the ruins were fairly interesting. Was a good time in Honduras highlighted by Roatan island. Tomorrow we are headed for Guatemala. Up early and catching a shuttle to ...
... with tablecloths and beautiful bathrooms, we had an excellent full breakfast both times—a starter of creamy oatmeal with cinnamon, coffee, eggs, beans, cheese, cream, toast, pancakes, and fruit with our choice of honey (de maple o abeja? “maple or bee?” the super friendly and attentive server at Restaurante Katok asked). On the second day at Hacienda Vincent, there was the added bonus that we could have rested in the hammocks and swum in one of the three pools ...
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