Hotel Los Pasos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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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 …
... common rock and then a rock of jade to hear the difference between the two. We learned how jade was extremely important to the Mayan people and they spent insane amounts of time cutting it, carving it, and creating masterpieces from it. People, especially those of importance, were buried with jade all around them and one king was found buried at a Mayan site in Mexico with over 20lbs of jade on and around his body.
Being Halloween night, we saw many people ...
... tour to Tikal for the day after we arrived. The ruins were definitely impressive however in light of our recent trip to Egypt we were perhaps slightly underwhelmed in comparison. Well, at least Jules was. It was at this point he made the executive decision that he would not be visiting another Mayan ruin in Central America. And true to his word, he didn't. From Flores we took a bus south to Semuc Champey, the stunning pools you will see in our photos that sit on top of ...
Day 7: after extending our stay here for 2 days we've finally booked our shuttle and accommodation for our next move - Santa Cruz in Lago de Atitlan (or as Hinesh calls it Lago de Italian). Our kind hosts - Maria and her brother Gustavo helped us sort out the accommodation, again, these guys are such nice people and have made our stay here so good that its hard to leave. We then finally headed out at lunch time and wandered to a hole in the ...