Posada Belen Museo Inn

Address: 13 Calle, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, 01001, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 13 Calle, Guatemala City, is near Atitlan Nature Reserve, Lake Atitlan, Convento de las Capuchinas, and Iximche.
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      Volcano Hiking

      A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... of the volcano that took his life away - and he praised God for His providence. Before the eruption, the entire landscape was green and fertile. Hiking all the way up to the crater rim was an option then, but not anymore. We did roast marshmallows, though! The four Hansing kids were all over that. It set a new gold standard for marshmallow roasting. No woody residue or campfire flavor. From now on, its exclusively volcano-roasted marshmallows for ...

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      A travel blog entry by mel_chris on Dec 21, 2013

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      ... the usual gestures to indicate we had enjoyed the meal, rubbing our stomachs, etc, but it was tough until recently when we picked up some of the language.

      Our school is awesome. It's called Ixchel school of Spanish and it seems to be one of the popular schools in Antigua. I not sure if Mel mentioned, but Antigua is well known for its Spanish schools. Lots of gringo's (offensive term for whitey's) come here to learn the language because its so cheap, and it's also a ...

      El Día del Muerto & Guatemalan Culture

      A travel blog entry by rangjill on Nov 01, 2013

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      A travel blog entry by lifeasanomad on Aug 10, 2013

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      ... person said, "you are going to love it there. It is so beautiful." It was that, and more. If you have read any post before this one you know I travel without expectation. I do this because I love being pleasantly (and sometimes, but rarely, unpleasantly) surprised. The things you hear sitting at home are often views or opinions influenced by the media or of someone who hasn't been, and are almost always unfortunate generalizations. For ...

      Antigua, Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by rebeccaholt on Jun 13, 2013

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      ... coffee is sold in Starbucks back home now too. In the afternoon we went for a massage in the smallest massage room ever, not sure how the therapists managed to get around the beds to do it. Del joked that perhaps they get on top like a Thai massage, manipulating arms and legs in all directions but luckily it was a relaxing Balinese one. We spent the rest of the day wandering the streets. It is a fairly big place and it's easy to get lost. There is a grid system but ...