Hotel Meson del Valle
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Meson del Valle Antigua Guatemala
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... I was eating at the bar of a restaurant when two more locals came to talk to me. The one spoke English but the other didn't at all. So I mostly talked to the one and tried in vain to hear the other one, but it was loud in the place so it was kind of stressful. They were really nice, but I was getting tired trying to make ...
... with dirt. This hotel was cleaned up and it was discovered to have been a highly sophisticated building from its origins. It had a full kitchen, fountains, courtyards, a large church, and even numerous graves. Walking through the grounds today, remnants of this rich and complex past is easily seen. There are three museums in the complex, a few different wedding sites, a candle factory, a chocolate factory, an art gallery, and preserved ruins from the original times. ...
... it for the family who will be providing our lunch this afternoon. The vendors do not speak English.
This was a fun exercise, forcing everyone out of his or her comfort zone just a little. We had to interact with the vendors who were more than helpful, sometimes taking us around to another stall if they did not have what we were looking for; everyone emerged from the market with their item and Hector explained ...
... Guatemala was my favourite place in Central America (of the places we visited) and we spent the longest there, almost three weeks. In our experience it was also the least expensive country in Central America. Definitely a highlight of the trip thus far. Much love to all. Sarah Julian's corner: Guatemala was the best country we went to in Central America, it was probably the cheapest and has the best places to go and sights to visit. Flores was a nice little town, it is situated ...
... villages scattered around its edges. The three most prominent villages are Panahachel (where the ferry leaves from), San Pedro (where we were staying) and San Marcos. San Marcos is renowned as being a hippy centre with plenty of yoga studios and spiritual headings centres scattered throughout the town. Completely unaware of the distance or location of a San Marcos those of us not on deaths door (Kiera had a bad flu and Steve was recovering from a spider bite that got infected). After ...