Palacio de Dona Leonor
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... looking hotel with an inviting lobby. Well we thought there was no way we'd be able to afford their rooms even if they had any but it turned out to be cheaper to get a double room there than two bunks at Alex's hostel. Plus it included a cooked breakfast and free WiFi, even better! Weirdly there were no other guests there and we assume that's because they were all next door at the lonely planet recommended place which, according to ...
So it's Sunday night, 23:08, laid in bed whilst all the girls are sleeping tight - I'm struggling to do so as I've burnt my eye lids and they are rather sore to say the least... Yesterday was amazing - awesome chill out day on the roof with everyone and gorgeous Guatemalan style BBQ with our family! Sebastian is one hell of a cook :D Hopped onto the transmetro to head to Linda's concert - after such a chilled day that resulted in very burnt legs and arms, I didn't know if I ...
... her grandson in Colorado.....there's more...I tuned out. Class goes from 8-12, they have activities in the afternoon, but I've done them all, so...I head off for home and lunch. Mmmmmm this place looks interesting...Salvadoran Pupusas and it is 2 steps from home. I order 3, as the little old lady tells me they're small. She returns with my cerveza and 2 dishes. One has mixed vegetables of onions, jalapeņos, carrots the other cole ...
... In the end we cracked the ***** and got ****** off, they had just taken all our valuables, cash and a million memories of our world trip - there was no way that I was going to change things because of them and what they had done to us, I was being stubborn! With that thought we booked a bus, not just a bus an overnight bus through Guatemala to Belize and it was the best thing we could have done, It made us come face to face with the fear and anxiety of getting on another bus. After ...
... out onto the street to have a bit of a look around and find somewhere to eat. Right next door was a place called 'The Cakery'. It does exactly what it says on the tin. I thought I better head on before I got a waft of cheesecake.
In the next street (6 calle Poniente), there was a whole series of bars, coffee shops, restaurants and places for grub. I stopped and had a quick look at a few menus, but the prices were a little upmarket for me. Or at ...