Posada Belen Museo Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... before heading out for some late lunch. We go to the big supermarket to get some milk and muesli for breakfast and decide to get some more chips and frijole dip for an early snack before just getting dinner bit later. We grab a street food snack and head to Central Park to sit back, eat the chips, chill out and watch the rat race of everyone rushing around us. It's packed with locals playing music, hawkers and plenty of people just doing the same as us. We head back to Tropicana ...
The next day was our last in Antigua. We walked around for a bit and found an Irish pub broadcasting the Spanish league Classico of Real Madrid vs. Barcelona. The locals here go mad for the Spanish football league and revelled in the goal fest that saw Messi’s Barcelona win 4:3.
That afternoon ...
... Michele wasn't feeling well so she went home for a lie down and the rest if us headed for O'Reilly's....yes an Irish bar and so its the most unIrish bar we have ever been in! Numerous Cubra Libres later Jen didn't need to be asked twice to go for a dance on the bar :) It is a must do activity in O'Reillys apparently! Canada joined her just so she wasn't alone!! Day 22: Monday, 20 January No head was good on Monday morning, but at least Michele's wasn't self inflicted! After ...
Moving on from Bonampak, next morning we took a mini van to Frontera Corozal and then hopped on a boat to cross the Usumacinta river which forms the Mexico and Guatemala border.
Our first stop in Guatemala was Bethel to get our passports stamped before hopping on our 1st chicken bus to Flores - about 5 hours of mostly muddy unpaved roads riddled with huge potholes and water. We had to hold on as the driver maneuvered ...
... offering ponchos and walking sticks. I'm pretty sure it only costed me about the equivalent of $1 to get the poncho and walking stick, definitely worth it. After about 5 minutes we were on our way up with our tour guide. The hike up was somewhat steep, and we were hiking on concrete for the first part. The walking stick was handy to keep my balance because it was still a little bit slippery from the rain. The views from the hike up were absolutely amazing. We stopped ...