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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... It's clean, efficient, comfortable, beautiful and best of all a cheap place to stay. It is only about $30.00 a night. They have a killer breakfast for around $5.00. At 1:30 PM, Werner, my driver from the city, will come to get me I hope. I will go back to the airport to fly to the island of Flores, Lake Peten Itza and the Peten region of Guatemala in preparation for my trip into the rainforest of the Maya Biosphere reserve at ...
... to take pictures at this beautiful central park square thing and Kellie wanted to shop at this one store so we split up as a group and I took pictures. We went back to the hotel, watched the sunset (sort of) behind the volcanoes and mountains and then headed to dinner. It was good. Sam finished his dinner so he must be feeling better. Jennifer got some bread down and a few bites of chicken. Hopefully she's better for tomorrow. It ...
... Football in Flores, we tried to watch some of this Saturday's game, however La Liga football took over the bar. So many Barcalona fans here. We attempted to eat a plate of nachos advertised as "Nachos as big as your head" but they were soooo incredibly salty we couldn't eat very much! Fortunately for us, beer helps all situations.
... a volcano, Pacaya. We left in the afternoon so we could watch the sun setting when we reached the top, however we didn’t not have the best weather and got a bit wet in the rain! It was still a good trip & we saw the volcano’s crater smoking still.
Pacaya is an active volcano however it has not erupted violently since the 60's & there was a mild one ...
We got up early for our 6am start to hit Volcan Pacaya. This is a very active volcano, and has been erupting continuously since 1965. This basically means that there is a continuous lava flow down the volcano. So you can walk right up to the oozing red lava flow, toast marshmallows over it and experience the soles of your shoes melt. Sounds pretty cool huh?! So we arrived with our tour group in the minibus.
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