Posada Don Valentino
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- Shuttle bus service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... dogs following us the whole time and anytime someone took any food out, they were surrounded by the dogs who patiently waited for the tourists to share.
We were offered horse "taxis" to take us up if the climb was too difficult, but I thoroughly enjoyed the hike. However, being so high up above sea level, made us very cold. Jason was extremely grateful to a guy on our tour who brought an extra sweatshirt and allowed him to use it. We ...
... happening so there was a path of petals all the way to the road! The food sellers outside the church sold us amazing tostadas for 5Q - essentially a hard corn taco with a topping - I had an orange concoction that I think was carrot and onion and picante sauce, and Ali had guac, cheese and picante. We headed from here to some of the recommended market places and handicraft shops to browse and then to the main market to try and buy trainers to replace our stolen ...
... thing was that the kid stopped screaming right when I woke up. I guess he got his Mommy.
I was awake though. I went to breakfast and had great toast. Then we wrote in our journals for awhile and went into town. We walked to Parque Central. We were approached by lots of people trying to sell us woven table runners. We didn't want to buy anything, but Mom kept promising to come back later. We also stopped by ...
... up and saw what was left of this once thriving monastery. It was a very nice place and we saw all that we could.
We also visited a Jade shop, the stone of Guatemala. We saw the stone being cut and historic examples of the Maya people using the stone in some very beautiful ways. The jade in Guatemala is Jadeite while that in China is Nephrite, I never even knew that there was more than one type of jade. It was very interesting to learn that the Maya ...
... Kickstarts Exciting New Life Chapter with Purchase of Cheap Bracelet
Well, that does it for our latest Guatemalan adventure. Now in Antigua for a quick one night visit, then flying back home tomorrow. Icy roads, scraping windshields and, best of all, Christmas shopping in absurdly packed malls. Culture shock, anyone?
See you soon!
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