Hotel Los Pasos
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This morning, we head out to more fully explore Antigua's narrow cobblestone streets and churches. From our hotel on Calle de Pasos (street of the steps) we can begin a walking route that is the site of processions during religious celebrations. The route includes a series of 13 small buildings with …
We have seen the colorful painted school buses a.k.a. chicken buses all through our travels; they are typically jammed with people and merchandise piled on top; this morning we ride one into Jocotenango, "sin pollos".
We find Antigua's “transit center …
... to rest and relax. We left the hotel in San Pedro around 9:30. We had bought a ticket for the 12:00 bus out of Panajachel, a town on the other side of the lake. We knew the journey could take anywhere from an hour to two and a half hours, depending on connections. It went surprisingly smoothly. No sooner had we set foot outside our hotel an empty tuk tuk comes along and we hop aboard, being quickly whisked through San Pedro's lanes to the ...
... class="SCX61335981" style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; -webkit-user-select: text; -webkit-user-drag: none; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: transparent;">We’ve traveled the short distance from Antigua to the plantation on a diesel fume spewing open sided truck, bouncing along cobblestone streets on the way out of town. The property is commercialized with donkey excursions and zipline canopy tours. But I’m here to learn about ...
... as has no time to wait. He comes back 10 mins later and he's not impressed telling us we need to be ready at 0850 when he was the late one haha. We make our hour or so drive to the hiking starting point of our trip. Our guide Lionel informs our bus in Spanish today's itinerary and details. Leesh and I pick up a few of his words but still struggle before he looks at us and asks comprehendo? To which we say No. He quickly explains in English we will be climbing 7km trip getting to ...