Casa Santo Domingo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Santo Domingo Antigua Guatemala
One of the most interesting hotels I have used for travel. Everything had a purpose, playing as a museum and hotel. At night, the candlelit walkways looking over loose rose petals in vases of water was romantic and soothing.
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Jstevison17 stayed here on Sep 21, 2013 during their trip titled: Jstevison17's Great Adventure.
... racing style our driver had adopted (despite being in a double decker bus) combined with the potholes. Anyway, we made it to Antigua safely on Sunday morning and set out to find somewhere to have a shower. Turned out to be a bit of a mission, but we got there in the end by asking a nice lady at what looked like a hippie commune/hostel. We met our host family later that night.
The host family are really nice, and we've got an ok room to ourselves with private shower. There ...
... we returned to the town centre and decided to have something to eat. I had a burger and a Sandria Jugo aka Watermelon Juice. After that we did some more shopping and i bought Suse and myself a pair of awesome cowboy boots. I just hope Suse's are big enough. Holly and I had decided the day before that we would get tattoos and my appointment was at 4pm. So we headed back to the hostel to chill out for awhile before my appointment, plus i had started to get the hot ...
... squashed up against steep cliffs. Its also got a reputation as being a gangland. Bottom line it was not really a spot I was too interested in hanging around. Antigua on the other hand, a short bus trip away, was the old colonial capital of Central America until it was completely destroyed in an earthquake in the 18th century and moved to modern day Guat city. It has subsequently been restored and was declared a world-heritage site. The setting is ...
... another in our group was fighting symptoms of altitude sickness, so she too turned around to meet up with the others. Suddenly, I was the slow one at the back of the pack.
Not wanting to give up, I pushed on, struggling to keep up with the others. Losing sight of them as I navigated through one endless switchback after another, I worried that I'd never be able to keep up, but my determination kept me going. One foot in front of the other. ...