Hotel Graditas Mayas

Address: Main Street, Copan, 504, Honduras | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Main Street, Copan.
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Travel Blogs from Copan

Goodbye Guatemala, Hello Honduras

A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 29, 2014

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... our guesthouse which is a way out of town. Only 2km really but along the hilliest road you could imagine. We took a tuk tuk back to have something to eat and we found an excellent coffee shop. Calling into the tourist office, the young woman with faultless English told us about how to tackle the ruins tomorrow and some good places to eat. We went back to Casa Doña Elena for an afternoon kip. We braved the ...

Zip Line Canopy Tour & Being Cowgirls!

A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 25, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... for me to watch! We made our way along the river banks and up to a small township called La Pintada. They had a woman's enterprise project making maize dolls and weaving traditional Mayan fabrics that they then made into scarves and bags etc, so I bought a little woven bracelet off them. It was then time to ride back along the river to our hostel, the horses kept stopping to eat then racing each other to get ...

Rostrajon and the Ruins of Copan

A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Oct 25, 2014

26 photos

... likely occupied by the nobility of Copan at one time and the location along with arrowheads and the sculptural subjects suggests that Rastrojón was military defense site and a place to honor the memory of one of the most important rulers in the dynastic history of the city; work on the site began with the twelfth ruler, Chan Imix K'awiil (628-695 AD), also called Humo Jaguar. ...

Luna Jaguar Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 24, 2014

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... warm and had a large pot of clay mud to slather over ourselves. Once the clay had dried we washed it off and admired how smooth our skin felt! We moved on to the foot massage pool which was split into 2 sections, one hot and one cold, with smooth stones loose in the bottom of each pool. After a couple of circuits we moved on to the steam baths which were literally a ledge perched over a waterfall where the steam from the hot water ...

Long Road to Ruins

A travel blog entry by gallery79 on May 01, 2014

50 photos

It's hard to drive in Honduras without constantly thinking to yourself that you're in the world's most violent nation. The latest data shows that 1 in 599 people in Honduras die of unnatural deaths...unless you consider lead poisoning (delivered at high velocity) a natural cause. This fact was visually supported by the sight of its citizens walking around with pistols strapped to their hips. Is it the most violent country because everyone carries a ...