Hotel Meson del Valle
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... off my Spanish lessons today, and moved in with a local host family. My Spanish is utterly terrible. That coupled with a severe hangover made for a pretty interesting introduction and first lesson. My teacher – Hilario – is pretty cool. Although, I did nearly actually fall asleep towards the end. The family I’m staying with are lovely too, conversation over dinner is a little difficult though. Their English may even be worse than my ...
... rocks". Seems easy enough... And it was easy... And easy... And easy... The flower rocks were easy to follow but they just kept going... We ended walking across the valley and halfway up the hill before we got to the gate... And then we had another bunch of stairs to climb to get to the actual place. It was pretty beautiful, a "sustainable" yoga retreat set right in the side of a steep hill so it had a fantastic view of the valley and lake below. Any thoughts of a nice relaxing ...
... lady, what chu looking for?" "i have blankets, bags, dresses, table runners, lowest price". We bought a few things but wanted to get out of there. The second market was much better. A lot more open and the people weren't trying to pull you into their stalls. We bought a lot more stuff there, but we ran out of cash and most of the places didn't take credit card so we borrowed some cash from Jennifer. Thanks Jenni!!!!
... to us that it's cheaper to import and remodel those buses than to produce them in Guatemala. As a matter of fact, the bus factory has been closed in the country.
Antigua is one of five regions in Guatemala, where coffee is grown. We visited a coffee farm called Finca La Azotea. The entrance fee (50 GTQ) included a tour in a music museum, where the history of traditional Mayan instruments is explained. After that you get another one-hour-tour about ...
... energy and skill for the flagging Inter players. Other than a pair of encouraging, but ultimately fruitless, Mark Crawford headers that were cleared off the goal line by industrious little Guatemalan fellows, Inter's final half hour was mainly characterized by desperate attempts to get rid of the ball as soon as possible, or standing motionless with hands on knees red-faced and gasping, occasionally spitting in a half-hearted and messy fashion. Internacional ...