Hotel Spring

Address: 8 Av. 12-65, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 8 Av. 12-65, Guatemala City, is near Museo Popol Vuh, Convento Santa Clara, Relief Map, and Plaza Mayor de la Constitucion.
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    Travel Blogs from Guatemala City

    Estoy buscando mi nombre...I'm looking for my name

    A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jun 27, 2015

    5 photos

    ... and ready I trek across town to my new home for my 11am appointment. 10:55 Mishell( the rental office agent) arrives...wow! Early not "sort of 11" We meet Ignacio the owner. The apartment is great for me...kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, terrace...with a view of Volcan Aqua. I'm home! I settle in. Check the cupboards. Put up the 5 gallon water jug. Check the cupboards. Check the extra storage cupboard. NO COFFEE MAKER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm ...

    San Antonio

    A travel blog entry by bevlangbein on May 01, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... I also tried the coffee but it was too bitter for me. Onto the important part, buying things. Hazel and I both tried on a colourful dress, but decided we looked like we were dressed in a potato sack. But we did manage to buy things, two bags for me, I have decided that Guatemala is the place of bags and scarves! Our return journey back to Antigua was uneventful and we arrived in good spirits ready to do more.....shopping! Mayan wedding ...

    Getting to Know Antigua

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 31, 2014

    22 photos

    ... after being destroyed by an earthquake in the 1700s. Our guide, Fausto explained how the facade in the building is a mixture of catholic beliefs and Mayan beliefs. The early relations between the Maya people and the Spaniards reminds me of the First Nations people of Canada and the Maori people of New Zealand and their relations with colonists. It was a time of confusion, learning, and sharing, but many Mayan people did take to Catholicism during this time and ...

    Goodbyes

    A travel blog entry by tillykitch on Jun 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... A lady turned up to teach everyone in the bar salsa, it was amazing how many people joined in and was great fun. We went to a couple more bars last night too and most of us left at about 2am. We woke up early and said goodbye to some of the group leaving for their next tour. I wasn't feeling great but luckily it didn't last too long after some fresh air. We said goodbye to the rest which was pretty sad before going to have a delicious lunch at this cafe where we are meeting ...

    Antigua

    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 30, 2014

    4 photos

    ... of Antigua is really rather small. You reach the city's edge by walking 4 or 5 blocks out in any direction from the middle of town.
    I wanted to climb the active volcano, Pacaya (I would've had to travel outside of Antigua) to see the fuego and roast a marshmallow over the steaming lava. Unfortunately, I couldn't roast my marshmallow because there was no lava that day. I was disappointed, but at least there was a lot to explore in Antigua.
    There were a ton of markets, a ton ...