Hotel Marina Copan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Marina Copan
This is a gorgeous hotel--romantic nooks and crannies scattered on each floor provide beauty and seclusion. The front desk staff is extremely friendly and speaks excellent English; they will help you plan trips as well as call trusted cabs for you. Also, don't miss the great views from the rooftop balcony! Worth it in every way!
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... 900AD where once again the civilisation moved away or died off. Honduras has a rough and gritty past with many people still cautious of travel in this dangerous country which means great news for anyone venturing here. The ruins cover a massive area and we spent hours there relaxing in the ancient city counting the visitors on our hands. It was so great to just sit back and take it all in without being smashed by tour groups. The ruins that have ...
... felt safe after dark as Antigua has a better reputation than the capital. Still, we only stuck to the few blocks around the center that were full of people. We are not the partying kind and really do not care too much for waiting till midnight on Dec. 31st and opted to retire early to face the new day and year in broad daylight.
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... they usually light up the pools with candles but it was raining tonight so that wouldn't have worked. We told them what we wanted to eat and what time and they barbecued us a great meal. All in all another brilliant day. Tomorrow we are leaving at 7 for El Salvador but the quickest way to get there is via Guatemala so 2 borders tomorrow and then camping for 2 nights so something to look forward to. Anyway folks ~ that's it for now. Hasta ...
... small jungle. And we reached a boiling hot stream - apparently 95 degrees. It was steaming. Here there were several pools, all built into the forest. Very cute!! And we had the whole place to ourselves. The first we went in was small pool, big enough for about 8 people. It was really warm. Here, you can put mud on yourself! I've never done it before - it's a bit stony and gritty, you smear it all over your face and arms and then wait until it drys, ...
... is always sure there will be a place to eat; I am never sure and usually hedge my bets with an advance snack. However, the first two days, just as I was thinking we’d have to eat some horrid cookies in a plastic garbage-festooned ditch, like a mirage in the middle of nowhere, a huge open air restaurant in attractively landscaped grounds appeared by the side of the road, most likely existing for bus tourists on their way to Tikal. The only diners in these vast and ...