La Casa Grande

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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    San Pedro La Laguna

    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 18, 2014

    1 photo

    ... though the atmosphere is fab at a all times. They surely must have expanded since the Lonely Planet 2013 edition came out, as back then there were apparently only 8 rooms.

    I had a little Tuk Tuk ride to have a look at the immediate environs and had a falafel for lunch, and by then I was starving, so to speak. Apparently, India had been the in place to go for Israeli´s coming out of the army when I went in 2003 and now Central America was the newest hot-spot for ...

    Semuc Champey to Antigua

    A travel blog entry by danfrerich on Feb 24, 2014

    4 photos

    After another relaxing day at the pools of Semuc Champey, it was time to head off. After a 45 min pickup truck shuttle to Lanquin, an 8 hr shuttle to Antigua, long day of travel and wish I could go for a swim in the pools at Semuc. Antiqua is a medium sized town that has been rebuilt several times in the past do to natural earthquake and Spanish conquests, so there are some interesting old buildings and a colonial type architecture. Laying over in Antigua before heading out to Lake ...

    Found: The Cusco of Central America

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Nov 18, 2013

    2 comments, 52 photos

    ... called Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala--it's not a typo!)

    The buildings in Antigua are very well preserved. Jason and I spent more than 10 hours just walking and appreciating the stunning charm that Antigua has to offer. We reveled in what we saw: pine trees, colorful bougainvillea, crumbling churches, cobbled streets, pastel facades, colonial tiles, iron gates and window guards, terracotta roofs, and colorful Mayan textiles.

    Twenty Five Wheelchairs

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Oct 29, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... than passing through. Even the Lonely Planet guide to Guatemala struggles to say anything positive about the place “big, dirty, dangerous and utterly unforgettable” is one description; “big, dirty, dangerous and fascinating” is another! The city sprawls, divided up into anonymous-sounding “zonas”. Our hotel is in zona 11which as it turns out is a 30 minute taxi ride and a world away from zona 1, what passes for the “historic ...

    Introduction to Mayan Civilization

    A travel blog entry by peterndolly on Sep 16, 2013

    97 photos

    ... to see an active volcano and hopefully with some red hot lava – we were told there had been a small eruption two weeks earlier. We set off in yet another minibus to see the Pacaya volcano, which is towards Guatemala city about one hour drive. We then had to trek for 2km climbing some 1,200m to get to 2,300m above sea level to a point just below the crater, which we could hear rumbling as we treked upwards. The going was quite steep and I managed ...