Posada Don Valentino

Address: 5th Calle Poniente # 28, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, 03001, Guatemala | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 5th Calle Poniente # 28, Antigua Guatemala.
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      Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

      Flying High on All Saints Day

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Nov 01, 2014

      24 photos

      ... were of course given in Spanish, so we only understood a couple words here and there, but the announcer spoke with so much gusto that it made it exciting. Unfortunately, the first bunch of kites that were attempted to take flight didn't make it very high in the sky or last very long either. After each flight was flown (unsuccessfully) it took a few minutes before another one was lifted off, making the process slow and not as exciting as we ...


      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Oct 31, 2014

      55 photos

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      It was quite a hike back to the hotel and by the time we reached the main plaza street entertainers were out and the children dressed in their Halloween costumes ...

      Volcano Hiking

      A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Jun 23, 2014

      6 photos

      ... as we approached was like nothing we'd ever seen before. It was not just barren, it was completely desolate and dark. Only a few years ago, Pacaya erupted and sent a river of lava into the valleys below. It wiped out homes, farms, animals and people. We understood enough Spanish to learn that our guide lost everything. He farmed avocados and coffee. He only had the clothes he was wearing after the eruption. Now he made money giving ...

      Antigua - superbly awesome!

      A travel blog entry by markjezek on Feb 20, 2014

      3 comments, 68 photos

      ... This plant is not native to Guatemala, and if planted will die due to fungus in the soil.
      • To get around this, another type of coffee plant in grown, which is immune to the fungus, but does not produce good quality beans. When both of these plants reach approximately 3 months, they are both cut in half and grafted. The top half from the quality plant is grated onto the bottom part of the fungus resistant plant. The process produces plants that can survive in the soil ...

      A Christmas to Remember

      A travel blog entry by gscaldwell on Dec 27, 2013

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... toward us innocent bystanders. Finally, there was an amazingly colourful firework display that lasted about 10 minutes! Apparently the organized party ends there, so we all headed to Central Park, running into and picking up friends along the way. We joined everyone in the public-drinking and general carefree atmosphere, watching as a floating paper lantern got caught in a tree, fell (still burning) to the ground, was deposited in a ...