Hotel Villa del Lago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa del Lago Flores
This is a good option in the quieter part of town with wonderful lake views
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... before, Cantabrians have a way of ignoring these things (Tess note: It didn't hurt, the worst of it was getting lots of water up both nostrils). After doing a few jumps and slides we made our way back to the ute and enjoyed another 45 minute drive back. We had a few drinks with our new friends that evening which helped nurse our bruises. The next day we hoped to go tubing down the river but the weather wasn't great and we both had upset stomachs. We spent a lot of the ...
... dernière fois, nos ponchos qui puent. Mais ceux-ci n’ont pas été pensés pour cette région du monde. Ils nous protègent de la pluie, mais gardent la chaleur a l’intérieur, et très vite, c’est un sauna que nous portons sur nos épaules et continuer ainsi devient vite impossible. Heureusement, le ciel s’éclaire enfin en milieu de matinée, et nous pouvons enfin vraiment apprécier la beauté de ce site. Perdu au milieu de la jungle, Tikal est fameux ...
... Walking around the island would take no longer than 30 minutes and a swim in the lake is an absolute must. Our room was extremely comfortable with aircon and a balcony that over looked the lake and provided a spot for sunset drinks in the evenings. The main reason for visiting Flores was to tour the ancient Mayan Ruins of Tikal. The shuttle picked us up at the crack of dawn, 4:30am, another 12 seater packed with 14/15 tourists and took 1 and a half hours to get to Tikal. There we met ...
... be able to relax and see something of the countryside.
It was only in the 1980’s that a paved road crossed the El Peten region. Since then this lowland jungle area had been subjected to severe deforestation and we could see much evidence of this on our way to Flores. It was clear that we weren’t going to arrive in 3 hours. We stopped for a while at a station where they checked all our luggage for harmful fruit flies and then ...
Tikal was the largest (and tallest) known Maya city in Central America. It dates back to 700bc. Towering pyramids peek out of the jungle canopy while sounds of angry howler monkeys and chirping birds fill the air. There Jaguars, howler and spider monkeys, crocodiles and giant Guinea pigs roam wild. The site ...