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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 ...
... it all up. With novel satisfaction, I feel transformed by Guatemala. I feel like I am carrying my experience with me: in my Spanish skills, in the way I can now (más o menos) dance salsa and bachata, in the cultural habits that I have adopted (buen provecho!), and in everything I have learned from the amazing and diverse people I met. I am leaving with new skills, knowledge, habits, culture, and relationships...and it feels great.
¡Que le vaya bien! TKM. ...
... 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 ...
... it's a hike over a New Zealand volcano with varied and often extremely rugged terrain).
Lunch was at Restaurante Dona Luisa Xicotencatl, probably the most famous restaurant in Antigua and with colonial patio ambience, it's hard to resist. It has a simple menu mainly based around sandwiches because of the attached bakery. The bread was amazing and smell coming from shop was like a magnet drawing you in. Antigua ...
... dulce. It cost a bit more but was comfortable and the bus ride, while long wnet smooth. A guy we met on the bus took us to a hotel that was cheap and comfortable. Long day of travel so we hit the bed early. Room is right at one of the marinas and had a pool too. ...