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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... alongside terracotta red houses. Along the cobbled streets are shops of many shapes and forms, but being a UNESCO world heritage site, all the buildings are listed and so none can have signs on the front, including McDonalds which looked retro! Along the street from our hotel is the iconic yellow clock arch, framing the towering dormant Volcan Agua. A lot of the locals in Antigua are indigenous and many still wear the traditional dress. The women's skirts take six months to ...
... of my window from a ride in a chicken bus, I see numerous rocks on the roadside painted with party colours, signs and slogans.
On September 6th, 2015, around 8 million Guatemalan voters will elect the new President and Vice President. This comes in a time of political crisis, where Guatemala has seen street demonstrations demanding the resignation of President Otto Perez Molina and his Vice President, Roxana Baldetti, who resigned in May, after ...
... but even when you by CD's they don't have lyrics on the sleeves. I always thought that was half the fun of hearing a new song or album, reading the lyrics as you listen along. Digital music is brilliant in that I can take a large collection of music with me on my travels, but it doesn't really have an equivalent of record sleeves, coloured vinyl, or shaped vinyl for that matter. This thought occupies me for maybe quarter of an ...
... We watched about 7-10 kites attempt to fly, one having great success, before we decided to start making our way back to our meeting point.
Getting out of the field area was an event in itself. With so many people trying to head in every direction, we were pushed from every angle possible. It is very unlike either of us but at certain points we both had to push back in order to make it anywhere or avoid bruises. It was a great relief when ...
As I mentioned in my last post, something inside of me decided it would be a great idea to sign up to do a volcano hike over the weekend whilst still in Antigua. My host family don't let me stay out past 10pm (true story) so I though screw it, why not. At the pre-hike meeting, it did start to dawn on me how tough this might be for a 29 year old who drinks and smokes too much, and does barely any exercise - aside from raving. The words "This isn't gonna be easy" were still ringing in ...