Meson Panza Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Anyway, November 1st is All Saints Day here in Guatemala and it is celebrated in a unique way. It is a day to remember and celebrate the lives of deceased loved ones. Many families visit the grave sites of their loved ones and prepare them by cleaning around it and placing fresh flowers and candles nearby. On Dia de Los Santos, people will spend time by their loved ones graves. Since we were fortunate enough to be here for this special day, ...
... of the largest, richest and most important convents in the colonial city; however, during the 1773 earthquake, both the convent and church were destroyed and the buildings were looted for construction material. The site was acquired as a private residence in 1970 by an American archaeologist, who performed extensive excavations before it was taken over by the ...
... mattresses covering the floor, but it was fine for us. We went to explore the beautiful city set between volcanos that afternoon. It's made up of loads of colourful streets and we wandered the cobblestones, grabbing food here and there. I got an amazing tortilla covered in guacamole, spicy sauce, onions and cheese, it was so good. We decided to walk up to the Christ statue on ...
... following day, I took the opportunity to do a half day mountain bike tour through some of the mountains surrounding Antigua. The ride started off in town, nice and flat, but the next leg was tough - a non stop 5 KM climb up hill at a 17 degree pitch. This was all worth while cause what came next was a 45 min downhill adventure! The downhill leg raced through farm lands, past orchards and gardens, through small rivers and dark forests. This was a cracker - a must for any ...
... by 5:00 when everything was shutting down). As I mentioned, we are so fortunate to be staying in a house that provides delicious meals and on Christmas Eve we had traditional Guatemalan dinner: ponche (a punch made with raisins, pineapple, apple, and melon and served warm), tamales, salad, and banana bread. Following this lovely meal and some festive drinks, we headed to mass at San Francisco church only to discover we had the time wrong ...