Casa Santo Domingo
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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This blog post I am going to combine our 2 day hike and write for May 16th and 17th. Okay let me just start with this. These two days I literally thought I had died and entered hell. I felt like I was being tortured. Let me explain! When we paid for this tour they told us absolutely nothing. they didn't tell us the fitness level you needed, how much water you would need, what you needed to carry up the trek, etc. So the lady arrived at the hostel to pick us up at 9am and we had ...
... kitchen and shows you the meal if the day. Was like a chicken stew with rice and potatoes and bread and only 25q, bargain! But then we got ripped off by glass of wine in terrace bar (plus was really cold too). 50q each! Went back to hostel and loaded photos as Alex was in room with jasper watching movie so I didn't want to be gooseberry but was glad when 2 girls went into room and they left to go in ...
... year old lad walked in completely topless, just wearing jeans and shoes. One of the guys at the bar gave him a leather jacket to wear. He decided to befriend me and practise his English, and kept apologising for how bad it was. I felt very guilty, given that my Spanish is basically limited to ‘yes’ and ‘thank-you’ at the moment. He was a good lad, but his breath smelt a bit like out of date milk, so I decided not to stick around much ...
... enormous, they can weigh up to 3,000kg and need about 40-60 men to carry it on their shoulders. They swap periodically throughout the route, but they are still carrying a considerable weight for hours.
We had bought cheese & wine for dinner that we we going to eat on the roof terrace. All was going well while it was still light but as dusk set in we realised that the entire town was suffering from a power cut. ...
... wash stations along the side of the road - one after another.
The photos partially shows the change in traffic and yes, it was at times slow to pass though one side ...