La Posada de Suchitlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Posada de Suchitlan Suchitoto
This is one of the most charming places I have ever stayed! My room was fabulous, full of Colonial charm; and the grounds are beautiful. Had a delicious meal on the restaurant with a view of the lake. I highly recommend this place.
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... made it ashore again. The whole experience felt a bit surreal, almost as if we were illegal migrants being smuggled into a country. We then grabbed lunch and headed west to the town of Suchitoto. The countryside was quite beautiful, on the lusher side, and the urban quotes very modern as we passed by a mall with movie complex and more. Several hours later we'd pull into our strip for the night, have dinner and rest up to go exploring in the ...
... have a working part of the museum showing ancient methods of dying clothes. Must admit it looked very like tie-dying to me, but it was quite interesting to observe how patterns were created using wax, templates or clever stitching methods. Even though she explained everything in Spanish, it was easy enough to follow what the processes were.
Outside I found that there was a trail that was roped off and which led you around several small pyramids. I had ...
... had to deal with changing hotels... As chance would have it, Roberto from El Gringo was coming out of the same place as we were leaving and he asked us how we were and offered us a lift back to his hostel. We jumped in the car and explained that we would need to cut our stay with him short. He was actually very gracious about it and while we agreed to pay for an extra night he was kind enough to drive us back to our new hotel with all of our ...
... but I actually think it makes more sense the way we did it. All over the site they have left the carved stelae in place covered by small roofs for their protection. They tell the story of the Mayan myths and legends as well as the history of the royal lineage and major events. There is a carved staircase that is the largest of the Mayan world telling a full history. After about 3 hours wandering around the ruins it was time to visit the museum. It was smallish but really well done. ...
... Luckily our van was late so I wasn't holding anyone up which I was a tad relieved about. After about 20/30 mins my colour in my face and started to come back and was feeling a tad better. Our van arrived and they sat me right in the front so I could see where I was going. This leg of the journey was about 3 hours and I managed to sleep most of it so when it came to our stopping point I felt much better. Our next mode ...