Hotel Posada Dona Luisa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Posada Dona Luisa Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... went sightseeing, but then it rained, so we obviously started drinking instead. Being unemployed in a place where beer is only about 70p is dangerous. We headed back to the Aussie bar (can you see a theme developing here?) and drank lots more, then headed to the club we were in the night before. Followed by a bar called ‘Coyote Rojo’ for more afterparty drinks. I went to bed fully clothed, a sure fire sign of a good night. When I woke up, ...
... villages scattered around its edges. The three most prominent villages are Panahachel (where the ferry leaves from), San Pedro (where we were staying) and San Marcos. San Marcos is renowned as being a hippy centre with plenty of yoga studios and spiritual headings centres scattered throughout the town. Completely unaware of the distance or location of a San Marcos those of us not on deaths door (Kiera had a bad flu and Steve was recovering from a spider bite that got infected). After ...
... a hot, sunny day on the Campo de Futbol in San Juan the short but surprisingly spry legs of the Guatemalans proved the difference as Inter's much older, and somewhat beer- and smoke-addled, bodies ground to a virtual standstill as the game wore on. Some opportunistic goal scoring gave Inter the lead early on and the score line went back and forth for the better part of 60 minutes before a brutal combination of sunstroke, age and unclean living led to a sharp decrease ...
... quaint and beautiful, some only wide enough to fit a tuk tuk, just. We walked down to the jetty, it was unbelievable how much the lake had risen and the amount of shops that were flooded. All I could think was where are the people living now & how are they making a living without their businesses. While we were there some locals were washing clothes and bathing in the lake, children were swimming and searching for tadpoles in the reeds. It was a humbling site to ...
... but its really nice and opposite the best bar. Having arrived its really nice, the rooms branch off a central courtyard and the showered are nice and hot. It's 80 quetzals a night but that includes a good breakfast. Today, Friday, we are going to have a wander around, there's old church ruins we want to see and a volcano that's meant to have a beautiful sunset view. You can also do cookery classes which are meant to be great but we might not stay an extra day for ...