Hotel Meson del Valle
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Meson del Valle Antigua Guatemala
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Up at 6:30 this morning to get dressed and meet down for breakfast at 7:15. We noticed that the wind was catching the smoke from the kitchen chimney and was blowing it back into our room, and we had both woken up with sore throats. We had a fried egg and beans and tortillas for breakfast. We thanked our host family and grabbed our things and Antonio carried my bag down to the meeting point at the church for 8am. Here we said goodbye and waited for the rest of the ...
... somewhat limited English, but what he knew was very impressive since he has taught himself over the last three months from watching TV. Along the hike up the volcano he stopped to show us a geothermal energy plant created and owned by Israel that is funded by the US to provide energy to El Salvador. It's a very global world we live in for sure! We also stopped to marvel at views of volcanic lakes and Guatemala City not too far off in the distance. ...
... tour to Tikal for the day after we arrived. The ruins were definitely impressive however in light of our recent trip to Egypt we were perhaps slightly underwhelmed in comparison. Well, at least Jules was. It was at this point he made the executive decision that he would not be visiting another Mayan ruin in Central America. And true to his word, he didn't. From Flores we took a bus south to Semuc Champey, the stunning pools you will see in our photos that sit on top of ...
Our first day of volunteering was great. We started a beautification project of painting a wall of the school for children living in the dump/ landfill area. We then hung out and played with the children who loved being with us. There were smiles, serious looks and looks of sadness in their faces. One little boy had a black eye. I have posted a few photos which are worth a thousand ...
... peanut butter, before calling it a night. Our arrival started off with a bang, literally. As we were walking down the cobblestone street, Belinda was walking along looking at her feet to make sure she didn't trip up, out of nowhere a concrete window sill jumped out and hit her in the head. She fell ******* her bum. We're not sure if it hurt more or if she was just embarrassed. A 'helpful' guy walked past ...