Meson Panza Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Meson Panza Verde Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... i think Guatemala was my favorite, even though Cancun had a perfect beach. I definitely want to see more of Mexico so that his back onto the bucket list. Viv and i are already thinking Caribbean islands for our next holiday, but a German lady on the tour was recently in Costa Rica and said it was fab ... omg harrowing morning!! Our airport transfer arrived 5 mins early at 5.25am for our '30 minute' ride ...
... latino commentators and the next thing I know I woke up at midnight(I had forethought to put my phone beside the bed). I rolled over and continued to sleep until 530am. I vaguely recall breakfast being available for Q35. I check out the early morning awakenings of Lake Atitlan. Shower....hot water! Get dressed and plan my day. I will check out the church, perched on the side of the hill, the women's weaving cooperative and see about the local ceramics. Breakfast calls. The ...
... some hungover and some drunk Australians was a long eight hours. We decided that this was our first and last shuttle bus, multiple chicken buses, bargaining for prices, listening to live music and catholic preachers and off course hoping your pack is still on the roof after every switch is much more fun. Following two more days in Antigua we left Guatemala in a colourful series of chicken buses..
TRANSPORT: The old US school buses, now repainted in bright colours and ...
... He is on a tighter time frame than me though, so he should catch up. Hopefully before I get to the next dive spot.
Easiest way outta town is shuttle minibus/collectivo. I got to Antigua by half five, and checked into a hostel no problem. I caught a skanky burger here before calling it an early night. There were a couple ...
... a tray of drinks and were disqualified if they fell. The marimba players and cheer girls were out in force as were the police closing roads and directing traffic. It was so much more chaotic than it would have been in Uk with tourists standing in front of the runners up until a few minutes before they set off but with no ill results in terms of delay or obstruction. We went to see the government buildings including sight of the court in progress - door open ...