Hotel Vista Real Guatemala
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
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... that I could contact home. She shortly then after gave me a password, but it wasn't working. I quickly became very upset and finally asked for some help. She offered me her phone to make a quick call, where I frantically called my husband. In the middle of the call, I lost the connection and wasn't able to call back.
Needless to say, the son in the house helped me get the correct password and I gained internet access again to be able to ...
Up at 8am for an 8 hour bus to Semuc Champey in the North of Guatemala. Were doing a lot of travelling in a short space of time but your best off biting the bullet and getting up and going instead of feeling sorry for yourself. Realistically you get to do this sort of thing once in your life so you might as well get about it even if you feel like a bag of ****. To tell the truth at this stage were pretty much immune to the long bus journeys and we know full well what to expect. ...
After a bit of a lie in (I never thought I'd see the day I called 8am a lie in!) we got ready and set off for breakfast in the Sky Cafe. It was delicious and had beautiful views from the rooftop terrace where we sat and ate our breakfast in the sun. After breakfast we decided to climb up to Cerro de la Cruz to see the views over the town. Thankfully the climb wasn't nearly as bad as we thought it would be, though Vicky and I could ...
... we find lovely quaint Lolitas pension. No one here and we get a sweet basic room and bathroom on the terrace near the Merced Cathedral. Antigua is cobblestoned and pretty having been declared a UNESCO site and therefore money has been devoted to this Guatemala's showcase city. It was the capital until earthquakes ruined most of the buildings in 1773 and then the govt moved the capital to Guatemala City. Thereafter Antigua was left in ...
... some colourful gear, Indi loves her new bib.
We did a walk up a hill to a big cross overlooking the town, Kat only complained half the way which was good. Up the top there was a picture of a bandit on a sign so Kat panicked and wanted to make a quick exit until all the families started arriving. When we got there, you could see the 3 volcanos that surround the town and we could see volcano Fuego, the active one, pumping out some smoke.