Hotel Real Virginia

Address: 11 Avenida 8-11, Zona 1, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 11 Avenida 8-11, Zona 1, Quetzaltenango.
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    Travel Blogs from Quetzaltenango

    Not even a full week left!

    A travel blog entry by swithrow on May 31, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... a group of people, who appeared to be dressed in military gear all in a group completing a run (possibly, not 100% sure on that.) and a group of people all doing a Zumba class outside in a central park area. It was pretty neat to take it all in.

    When I got back to my home, I don't believe anyone was here. I assume that they had all gone to church. Sundays are the day that all of the family comes here to eat after they go to church. ...

    The Enchanting San Pedro La Laguna - Part I

    A travel blog entry by rachelandjoseph on Feb 25, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    San Pedro LL is a small village, which sits at the foot of the volcano San Pedro on the shores of Lake Atitlan. I got my favorite view of the lake every morning, as we headed up the stairs to the dining room. The sunlight poured onto the lake, making the blue look bluer than ever. The mist made the mountains and volcanoes, which surrounded the lake, look blue as well (reminded me of the ...

    San Pedro Land of the Hippie

    A travel blog entry by maggieleigh on Feb 20, 2015

    5 photos

    San Pedro is like Mecca for hippies. I watched several barefooted hippies walk through dog ****. Seriously, put on shoes. That said, San Pedro is a cool little town with narrow winding streets and beautiful lake views. I spent my first 4 days there with a combo head cold/stomach illness; not super fun.

    It's ...

    Back to Guatemala - Land of the tongue twister

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 19, 2015

    13 photos

    ... and thankfully) running it down to my last seven pesos.

    When eventually all of us had gone through the formalities, we drove up to the corresponding Guatemalan post. It looked a bit like one of those scenes that you recognise from a Michael Palin travelogue. There appeared to be thousands milling about the street, selling all sorts of goods. The only way you could tell you were at the border was the large arch which as I looked back said 'Welcome to Mexico'. ...

    Off to Lake Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jan 05, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... hostels have to pay these guys a few quetzales if they bring someone to the hostel as they sit there and tell travellers who don't have bookings the hostels who don't pay them have no room and are all booked out. So by paying them each time, it keeps them from saying Mullet's is booked out. Obviously, the guy working isn't impressed when we say he walked us about 20m from where the bus dropped us but forks out some cash to keep him happy. Mr Mullet's is ...