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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
I was somewhat unamused as my Lonely Planet Guide book had a wrong piece of info regarding bus travel to Antigua. It states in there that there are Pullman buses that take 1 hr and leave 4 times a day from a particular bus station around the corner from my hotel. However, no such service exists anymore. I had to get a cab to Zona 8 and get a chicken bus (though without the chickens). The journey takes 2.5 hrs and I had to endure lots of pollution and a cramped seat. The ...
While driving through Guatemala...from one end to the other...I've come to the conclusion that growing up here means you either live on a mountain top, or you're constantly living under the gaze of one. And, more often than not, that pretty mountain peak looming over your home is really a grumbling volcano. But, if having to see a massive volcano always present in your background makes you uncomfortable, not to ...
... the garden the centre of the house with internal doors and windows facing onto it. Buildings are painted vibrant colours of orange, red, yellow, blue etc. Buildings still in need of repair reveal their age through exposed layers of brick beneath broken render, and flecks of layers of paint from times gone by.
The gardens of the houses mimic the design of the city with the Parque Central being situated in the heart of the city. It is ...
... Rainbow Cafe for dinner, it was a great night. Food, drinking and entertainment were all been great including the company. Thomas introduced me to a new game called 'Nervous'. Basically the aim of the game is to put your hand on someone's leg and move it slowly up until they (or you) chicken out. It appears that Thomas has had some practise at that game, and doesn't tend to loose. We also went out ...
... of making it to Antigua to spend the night in Hotel Casa Cristina, to stay in a room they had reserved not weeks, but in fact months earlier.
When questioned about this strangely foreseeable departure, Locke merely shrugged, and made some vague comments regarding Christmas, Opa, and salsa classes in Mazatlán. Even news of temperatures in Saskatchewan dipping below -30 Celsius failed to significantly affect their demeanor, with Johnston explaining,
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking