Hotel Los Pasos
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... passare un giorno sulle sue coste e nei suoi pittoreschi villaggi: il tempo non ci ha aiutato granchŔ, dato che abbiamo solo intravisto lo splendido scenario di montagne e vulcani che fa da cornice a questo spettacolare ed enorme specchio d’acqua, ma Ŕ stata comunque una bella giornata. Per riuscire ad andare e tornare in giorno siamo dovuti partire all’alba e siamo tornati in ostello che era giÓ buio; nonostante il poco tempo a disposizione e nonostante le ...
... asked for a worse preparation.
The call finally came through and I was interrogated first from my lawyers, and then from the defendants representing the CFMEU. Mid way through my cross examination, you wouldn’t read about it, but two cats started going at it right behind me making the loudest commotion possible. This lasted a solid 10 seconds and it was all captured by the courtroom back in Mackay. The ...
... stuck for weeks – yeh you do get stuck if you’re a retard as despite its cheapness after a few days there isn’t really that much more you can do – other than sit in a hostel – which most people there did every day, getting up in the morning, smoking weed, and occasionally picking up my worst nightmare – the horrendously tuned acoustic guitar!
Two particular girls from Laaaaaaaaaaandan (couldn’t be any more cockney if they ...
... We also went to the chocolate museum and of course had to sample a few things! That night Michele, Kathy and Canada headed out to a famous bar in Antigua, Cafe No Se. It's a really cool little bar with a tiny doorway dividing one side from the other. Day 24: Wednesday, 22 January After a late breakfast we headed to the markets to pick up warm jumpers for our trip to the lake. We picked up a few other bits too...sure it would be rude not to do 'some' shopping and we ...
... Canada), Hame, Juan Pablo and Martin (South Korea), and Christina (Switzerland). We spent time out of classes with a few of them, at the cinema, pub, playing pool and farkle. But due to our different Español levels, we didn't practice as much as we had hoped. In the future we'd look for another option (even though we asked all the right questions to begin with). All meals included, and they were all edible, but simple. Julia was lovely, but this had more of a hostel ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking