Hotel Maria Barbara
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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On Friday morning, our bus was fashionably late, and it took us a considerable time to work out that we were on our way to the Guatemala City International Airport. There were many apologies, for what we decided to think of as a 4 hour dry run for the morrow.
OOOH!! WE JUST HAD A TINY EARTHQUAKE!! Alright, it was only a tremor, but we're on the 4th floor and it seemed significant. We have formulated an ...
... deposited by the Spanish conquerors, who felt that it was a force for no good. Our last stop in the museum was a display near the entrance with a handful of spotlit statues in a darkened room. In front of the sculptures were desks with paper and pencils. The artefacts were lit in such a way that shadows emphasised their contours fantastically. We each sat drawing our own statue for over half an hour. As we made to leave the museum, an ominous wind signalled that a storm ...
... rather high, but keeping in account the huge number of policemen going through the streets and the very low salary they receive, the question why is answered.
Our two main highlights surely where: Coyoacan and the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico on the Castillo de Chapultepec.
Coyoacan is a part of Mexiko DF, where you can soak up a lot of creativity in every cornor. Getting there, we took the metro and had our very ...
... in the 1810s, but unfortunately, as the land in Mexico's historic downtown is reclaimed from the marshes that existed there before, the entire western portion of the building is sinking. Considerable efforts have been made to preserve the building and are ongoing. We arrived during a service but skirted the outside and went along the various chapels (these old Catholic churches are wonderful for ...
Today we went on a tour to Xochimilco. This is a system of canals that you can travel through on colourfully decorated punts called Trajinera . The area is referred to as the floating garden or place of flowers. The punts tour around the canals and other punts descend with people selling different types of products such as food, ponchos, sombreros etc. There are also punts that carry Mariachi bands. The boats all ...