Palacio de Dona Leonor
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... when you travel especially to some of the countries we have been to, I always thought that something could happen, we may get a bag stolen or our hotel room broken into but never had I ever thought we would be hijacked at gun point and taken hostage while people went ‘shopping’ through everything we had, it really scared me to continue on.
But that is what we did, we had looked at flying to Miami and going to the Caribbean for a few days to relax and collect ...
... to rhyme off different dishes. I recognised chicken and asked if it came with rice. She said it did and offered some vegetables, which I took and ordered a drink. She seemed quite satisfied that I genuinely was happy to eat there and probably speaking a little Spanish satisfied her that I wasn't looking for a burger and fries.
After that everyone else seemed to shrug their shoulders and go back to their own meals. I was no longer entertainment value. ...
... We arose fairly early as the jet lag was still hitting and we were also anxious about our luggage. Managed to get straight through at 7am on the phone to AA and were told both bags had now arrived (it was just mine the day before) and they would be with us before noon...yay! Or so we thought. We had our brekkie and headed off to do our day outing with Ox Expeditions. Jacqui in the same old clothes and me in my new ***** tshirt.
... and then we visited his beautiful church, on this day displaying a large rosary at the entrance.
And at last, beautiful Antigua, founded in 1543 it served as the seat of Spain's colonial government until the Spanish Crown ordered its relocation to the site of what is now Guatemala City in 1776.
I am excited because before going to our hotel we are going ...
Back on the road it was not long before we encountered a group of people walking toward us with flags; we stopped and Hector greeted them and learned they were making a religious pilgrimage of some sort. They were eager to greet us and ...