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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Princess Guatemala City
Simple and comfortable hotel, a short walk from the Zona Viva. Free airport shuttle is a nice touch.
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... agent in Antigua, but where is the fun in that? We wanted to book the tickets directly with the bus company and also this was to be a dry-run trip for when we would have to come back to take the bus in the future.
The tricky part was that all the bus companies in GC are clustered in an area of Zona 1 (around 18a Calle), that is the worst area for crime. Guidebooks warn that it is exactly where the lowlife and hustlers tend to lurk ...
... trip home. On arrival we were wrecked but incredibly satisfied after one of the most adventurous days of all our lives. We hung out around El Retiro in the evening, had a nice Mexician buffet, a sauna with the Finnish guys (lucky the Irish boy was there to get it going properly) and a few beers at the bar. I was wondering if Semuc would be worth the two hard full days travel before and after and by the time I left there the following morning I was no doubt that it was ...
... of the volcano that took his life away - and he praised God for His providence. Before the eruption, the entire landscape was green and fertile. Hiking all the way up to the crater rim was an option then, but not anymore. We did roast marshmallows, though! The four Hansing kids were all over that. It set a new gold standard for marshmallow roasting. No woody residue or campfire flavor. From now on, its exclusively volcano-roasted marshmallows for ...
... his own bathroom!! I'm just putting that in here cuz I want to give him a hard time :)
We were driven down to the dining area by the pool for dinner, and we were served meat kebabs, mashed potatoes, veggies, and homemade thick tortillas, with horchata to drink. YUM! We bought wi-fi access for the week, and checked out the handicrafts store, some very cool stuff. Then we were driven back up to our housing so the kids could change into swimsuits ...
... the deep blue of the lake, the bright blue from the sky and the unobtrusive, but ever so fine presence of mist that kept the mountains and volcanoes reaching the waterfront in the background barely visible gave this landscape such a majestic feel. That was my best attempt at describing it anyhow. I’m sure Rach just told me it was pretty.