Hotel Palacio Chico 1940
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Palacio Chico 1940 Antigua Guatemala
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... time with Erick. Which kind of back fired since he spent most of his day off at that meeting, shopping for clothes, and playing video games. We did go to lunch together. We got pizza and the best horchata of my life! We had a little talk over lunch which helped me decide to start getting a move on in my travels. Something I already ...
... Gringo who showed us the trick. Flores is pretty, safe and chilled out although, I wouldn't want to spend more than a few days here.
I'm sure this isn't the first or last night I use this phrase but...the next day was an absolute highlight of my tour so far. We spent the day touring the majestic Tikal Ruins. They date back to 700 AD and they have been excavated/restored beautifully after being completely claimed by the ...
... never ending volcano dust that dropped down a steep slope to one side. If you started sliding down I'm really not sure how you'd stop yourself! We made it up for sunrise with about 1 minute to spare, although we weren't yet ready to apreciate it. Maybe now, almost two weeks later we are just about able to look back at the photos and the experience and think 'Wow'.....just. Needless to say after this we were in need of some rest and relaxation, so for Rachael's birthday ...
... butter, granola, starfruit, and had a little bit of coffee), we simply walked around doing a bit of sightseeing and souvenir buying. In the afternoon we went up to a look out point over the city and got some funny pictures of me with the super weird Jesus cross I had just bought as a souvenir. Dinner was peligroso cause we kept seeking out restaurants that were closed and I was getting hangry. But just in the nick of time (who knows what might ...
... old) dressed up in costumes. Halloween traditionally isn't popular in Guatemala, but since there are many North Americans living and visiting Antigua, it has been become more of an event. Many of the restaurants and bars displayed Halloween decorations and even the waiter in our restaurant as fully decked out in a homemade spartan costume.
After spending a couple days in this city and not doing too much, we feel that we have a better understanding of Antigua after our tour ...