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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 …
... ver quien de las dos la terminar mas rapido!” Ixchel and I looked at each other with enthusiasm and said “si por supuesto!” We quickly sat down and she first showed us how it was done. Once we both learned it very well and practiced, she asked us if we were ready. We were nervous as she was handing us our supplies, then she said you may begin. We started, it was nerve racking because if we messed up one step the whole skirt’s design ...
... Cross. The steps weren't particularly steep yet I felt really tired, as I did for most of the day. All this travelling is tiring me out! After 20 minutes we arrived and it was well worth the walk. You could see the whole city with the volcano on the background. We spent about half an hour her taking photos and enjoying the view. Just before we were about to leave, I became a local celebrity as I was asked by some Guatemalan girls for ...
... an orange juice and my free cup of coffee before setting off on my latest adventure. I took the boat from the point of embarcation to San Marcos la Laguna, where the water is cleaner and old hippies seem to have taken over. Here there are merely spiritual healing centres by the dozen and alternative treatments aplenty. So nothing to do there for me except take pics of the stunning scenery and do some more reading. I had a super cheap lunch by buying a baguette and then ...
... find something to eat. The girls wanted pizza and the boys wanted street food - easy enough on this city, everything was right next to other.
Appetites fulfilled we had wander through the cobbled streets and couple of the shops selling local goods. Gordy and Sarah had already been in Antigua and we had a few days ahead to do our exploring so we checked out a couple of Irish Bars instead. Snug was really small and cosy, a few seats at ...