Hotel Palacio Chico 1850
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... birth date in black jade, which sounded a lot like him. We had a look through La Merced on our way back to the hotel. Got back around 3 and Dylan had a nap and I did some blogging. I had a shower and got ready for our farewell dinner for the people who were doing the half tour. We met in the lobby at 8pm. We walked to a place near the arch called Hotel Posada de Don Rodrigo. Originally the house of a Spanish conquistador, now a restaurant and hotel. Here ...
Last night was our first night in our new hotel, which is right across the street from our previous hotel that was booked up this weekend. The guy who runs this little hotel (about six rooms) is really nice and helpful, but last night was not fun. We have never stayed anywhere where the walls were as thin as they are here. When neighbours talk in their rooms, it sounds like we're all in the same room. Beside us was a group of three who came back to ...
... of the town. Other than that we watched a fair bit of soccer and enjoyed a couple great nights out. Antigua has a great nightlife. It was on both of these nights we first met Marc (our Dutch friend) and Dave (albeit briefly). From Antigua we travelled to Lago de Atitlan, probably the most beautiful lake I have ever seen, and our new dutch friend Marc came along too. We spent five nights on the lake, four in San Pedro and one in San Marcos. San Pedro is backpacker central with ...
The Zoo was awesome! Cheap admission, very we'll kept and clean. Large areas for the animals to enjoy! Very tropical and serene...Tricia was disappointed that there was not a Quetzal bird to see. We will get picked up by volunteer staff soon to go to home ...
... us to be careful, they are pretty hard. Information that might have been helpful a couple of minutes earlier.
The next morning we headed out to make the most of the town and take part in Belinda's self guided walking tour. Antigua is famous for it's well preserved Spanish Baroque architecture and it's spectacular ruins. We couldn't help feeling like we were in a town in Spain as we walked around, it has ...