La Casa Grande

Address: Av. La Reforma 7-67, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. La Reforma 7-67, Guatemala City, is near The Plaza (Parque Central), Convento Santa Clara, Relief Map, and Plaza Mayor de la Constitucion.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      A travel blog entry by bostonot on Jul 27, 2014

      ... why they were there. The various placements were also discussed. After orientation, we hired a driver, Henry to drive us to Antigua. It took about an hour and he charged $15 per person. Antigua was a great town where you could walk around and shop. There were many Americans. We ate at a restaurant/bar called Hotel Casa Santo Domingo. It used to be an old monestary and was gorgeous inside. We ate a fancy dinner for lunch and shopped til ...

      We are really here!

      A travel blog entry by babamissesyou on Jun 22, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... small one and two story concrete businesses and homes with barred windows in the city. We stopped halfway to Hope of Life at a gas station to use the restroom and get sodas. Rob and I tried an aloe vera drink that was pretty good, Sophia tried grapefruit soda. Our drive was full of beautiful green hillsides the whole way - all 3 hours of it, and all on a very curvy road.

      I fell asleep and woke up just as we started driving into the Hope of ...

      HIGHLIGHTS Sun 15 Dec: Antigua

      A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 16, 2013

      206 photos

      ... and the city's buildings without people.

      I wasn’t the ...

      Español, Peliculas y Volcans

      A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Nov 20, 2013

      35 photos

      ... and develop their own macadamia trees for self-sustainability. We learnt about the history of Macadamias (native to Australia) and the sorting/grading process. The attached restaurant serves incredible macadamia pancakes topped with blueberry conserve and local macadamia honey, and organic local coffee (the coffee was average though). Definitely worth the money! There also a small 'store' selling macadamia products: nuts, cookies, skin care products and massages, and ...

      Always check the date stamped in your passport

      A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh on Oct 25, 2013

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... owner of the hotel attached to the Tica Bus terminal had a room for us, so got us all booked in and then drove us to the immigration office, where he helped us to explain what had happened. Josh also did a very good job of explaining what happened (in Spanish), but it was good to have the hotel owner there as a kind of 'safety net'.

      After about 15 minutes they had fixed up our passports with a new stamp that identified the ...