Posada Don Valentino
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Don Valentino Antigua Guatemala
Après toutes nos nuits bruyantes aux abords du lac Atitlán, il fait bon de passer des nuits silencieuses.
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
On quitte une région volcanique pour une autre! Une fois à l'hôtel, les filles et Maximilien ne se sentent pas trop bien.
... class bus or chicken buses are as part of travel in Guatemala as traveling by train is part of traveling in India. There are two schools of thought when it comes to foreigners and chicken buses; either fun, entertaining, cheap and part of the experience; or dilapidated, uncomfortable, fume filled and overcrowded. These buses are always easy to catch, just go to the local bus station usually located close to the local market or flag down a passing bus. There may not be a bus going all ...
... Torben who were staying at 'El Muro' as well. The front door was locked when we got back and even though we were shaking the gate and ringing the bell continuously, Wellington was a no show. And then for no other reason other than we thought it would be funny, we started shouting 'Quiero su leche Wellington'. It translates into 'I want your milk Wellington' and it's one of the few Spanish phrases we actually know. It was given to us by a friend from Dublin although they wish ...
... and they were the best stars I've ever seen in my life.
The night was rough to say the least. Very uncomfortable, with four people in a two person tent, and altitude sickness kicking in. My chest and head hurt pretty bad and every time I moved, I was immediately out of breath. I had to focus really ******* taking deep breaths to regain composure. It was easily one of the best days of my life over ...
We arose with leisure having booked the 2pm shuttle rather than the 8:30am transfer to Antigua. Jess and I went to our favourite coffee shop halfway up the hill. Back at the hotel we picked up Georgie and Maggie who were now ready to have one last meal at their favourite - Hummus Ya. Delicious as usual. We returned to wait for our shuttle to collect us. It picked us up last so we had to squeeze in where we could. Jess and I were in ...