Posada Belen Museo Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... and spending the equivalent of £6.30 on about 6 items of clothes and food!! We came home to a beautiful (but quite small portion) meal and then sat down to watch Jurassic world with the family... This would have been more enjoyable if I wasn't radiating heat... Ffs why don't I tan properly like most people!!! Never mind, I lay here, swimming in after sun and very sore eye lids (really Jess, you burn your eye lids of all places?!) - good night world! Peace and love kids ...
... 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 ...
... a long bus ride. Lago Atitlan is the most beautiful lake I have ever seen, it is about 5 times bigger than lake Burrumbeet's surface area (5 times bigger than the Hume weir, for the north east readers) and is surrounded by volcanic mountain peaks. The town we stayed in San Pedro was hosting its annual fair and is home to the most dangerous Ferris wheel in the world, apparently it has claimed more lives than any other, Sarah and I were not brave enough to try but the young local kids had a ...
While we were still walking among the stalls of the beautiful market of Chichicastenango, we wondered if the things that we bought were enough: we were both sure that they were more than enough. And if even Nina admits it, then it means that they were probably too many. In fact, judging by the plastic bags full of handbags, cases, pillows, T-shirts, hammocks, and so on and so forth, I would say that we got a bit overwhelmed by this day dedicated ...
... around the corner. We walked in the door and Carlos the owner came bounding around the corner, welcoming us, taking my bag literally off my back and telling us to sit down and relax. We couldn't believe the positive happy reception we received so different from around the corner and over half the price cheaper. Hazel and Carlos were about our age so the four of us hit it off immediately. They had just bought and opened the hostel only 4 weeks prior. We couldn't be happier, the place ...