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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... rocking back and forth. Finally we got to the town but the hostel we wanted to stay in (zephyr) was booked out so we went to a place called 'El Muro' and in a weird way it was a blessing in disguise. It wasn't because the WIFI was good or that we had our own room it was because we met Wellington. He was one of the owners of the hostel and was so sound to us. You'll understand later why it was so great to meet him. We had our dinner and a few beers at our hostel and then went ...
... Guatemala was my favourite place in Central America (of the places we visited) and we spent the longest there, almost three weeks. In our experience it was also the least expensive country in Central America. Definitely a highlight of the trip thus far. Much love to all. Sarah Julian's corner: Guatemala was the best country we went to in Central America, it was probably the cheapest and has the best places to go and sights to visit. Flores was a nice little town, it is situated ...
... passare un giorno sulle sue coste e nei suoi pittoreschi villaggi: il tempo non ci ha aiutato granchŔ, dato che abbiamo solo intravisto lo splendido scenario di montagne e vulcani che fa da cornice a questo spettacolare ed enorme specchio d’acqua, ma Ŕ stata comunque una bella giornata. Per riuscire ad andare e tornare in giorno siamo dovuti partire all’alba e siamo tornati in ostello che era giÓ buio; nonostante il poco tempo a disposizione e nonostante le ...
... which was still an hour away and Guatemala City was not a place you wanted to stay long. I ran outside to the only car I saw filled with people from our flight. I frantically asked the driver are you going to Anitgua & could he take us. Thank god he said yes. The almost two and half hour drive due to extreme traffic saw us driving into Antigua much later than we had anticipated. Surprisingly the streets were pumping and full with atmosphere. We'd arrived on a Saturday night and ...
... is at Mr. Mullets, while he already was in Antigua.
Right away I decided to pack my little backpack and head to Antigua for three days, save his ass and leave him in lifelong obligation.
After John informed me about his decision, I showed up with all my bags and without a plan to head back to San Pedro. Wonderful, how free I felt!
The first two nights we spent at the Earth Lodge, twenty minutes of a drive away from the city ...