Pan American Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPan American Hotel Guatemala City
I understand that it is difficult to update a place which probably is on the historic register but gray towels and brighter rooms might help. The worst hard pillow in the world. What it was stuffed with is questionable. My toilet would barely flush. I even yet, liked the Old World charm of the place.
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I'm sitting here in the very old and classically Spanish Pan American Hotel lobby. I arrived yesterday on The day Pan American celebrations were all over town. The lobby was full of families celebrating and a marimba band with pan flutes was playing. Bands were playing in the streets and I felt like #%€£%#. I didn't go out of my room but …
... of cream cheese and I managed to apply the latter without my knife, which was unfortunately back at the hotel. That reminds me of when I first entered Guatemala, I had to hand it (the knife I specified was for cutting fruits and rolls) in to the bus company, and then they returned it to me when I had arrived at Guatemala City. After I ate my modest lunch, I walked around and found it to be quite a dull, though very relaxing place. I ran into some Dutch tourists from my hotel ...
... When I asked a local man if these buses have many accidents he just laughed and said yes, but that it’s better not to think about it.
We jumped off at the trailhead and started the slog up. I think I’d blocked out how hard the climb was, but it all came back to me as I found myself wanting a break after about every 5 steps. This time, however, the weather was on our side and we had great views to help us up. ...
... glad they did.
We were always going to have to fly via central America in order to cross from Ecuador back into Brazil in any case, and wanted the chance to get a taste for an already forming plan to take a few weeks journey from Mexico down through to Colombia at some point in the future. What we found there was spectacular and so interesting.
Mick and Carys from ...
... doing everything from teasing their own cotton thread, dyeing it with natural materials [leaves, tree bark, flowers] to make a very wide range of colours. These are then woven into material and then used to make clothes, cushions, toys, table clothes etc. A second group of women are growing medicinal plants and making medicines and creams. There is another group who are artists, with classes every Saturday morning for the children.
We then took a Tuk-Tuk, ...