Real Plaza Hotel Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Real Plaza Hotel Suites Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... for the live music to start at 9:30, it started at 930 guate time (10 ish) Around this time a young boy carrying a box of chiclets walked in the bar and sat down between myself and another guy. The other guy, didnt catch his name, had just finished teaching English for a year in El Salvador. Carlos is the boy's name. He is 10 years old. He's here all the time, according to Nidia. ....culture shock moment kids here are sent out to sell anything and everything by their ...
... the tat, the smoke and the glare of bling, I can see why. I shop!! Yes daddy needs a new pair of shoes!! Also a backpack, 2 pairs of pants, a shirt, a t-shirt and a beer at this bar advertising happy hour!! No, I'm not an alcoholic, it is 26C out and the water is unsafe to drink. You try finding a tienda selling bottled water.Its happy hour. Beer is cheaper. I belly up to the bar. Lots of english. I order a Modelo beer...yep it suits me! 2 seats down is a woman sucking ...
... never seen or heard of alfambras, beautiful processional carpets that are created right before they are destroyed by the procession! Unfortunately, the processions, which go on for hours, were interrupted by heavy rains. It was quite late by the time they passed near our hotel. Dora and I decided not to run out in our pjs to view the procession!! We will get to see more when we get to Lake Atitlan!
Tomorrow, we make the 3 hour drive to Panajachel on Lake Atitlan.
... when there are no stop signs and pedestrians have the last right of way. As a woman traveling alone, I anticipated a large amount of street harassment, but have had zero... America, figure your **** out. There are a lot of stray dogs, most of which live their entire lives on a roof. At night the dogs take over the city, and several times I was intimidated by a large pack of about 20 dogs blocking my path... but ...
... a stroke of luck one day when we were on the beach at El Paredon we saw a group of people gathering and a guy in the water near us was pointing saying 'tortugas!'. We wondered across and the turtle sanctuary situated next to our camp was releasing hatched turtles. We were thrilled to watch but they insisted we join in so we released our own little turtles on the beach and watched as hundreds of them traveled towards the shore. It was amazing! We only have memories of this ...