Posada Don Valentino
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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We'd booked a shuttle from Copan to Antigua, and it was actually a shuttle this time! Just 5 passengers including us, we left at 6am and it was meant to take 6 hours. The border crossing was remarkably straightforward - we didn't even have to pay any exit or entrance fees, but we did have to give our fingerprints on leaving Honduras. We were caught …
On quitte une région volcanique pour une autre! Une fois à l'hôtel, les filles et Maximilien ne se sentent pas trop bien.
... even changing colours. Another woman is doing embroidery on local woven cloth. They have large looms set up, but Bibia is quick to show me her prowess on the back strap loom. Such intricate work, so much time and patience, something North Americans seem to be lacking more and more of. I make some purchases, some bracelets for my class this fall and a few other pieces for myself. (I deserve it, I climbed another hill and a half today). As I leave the shop, another ...
... This place was amazing but not really a hostel since you are not allowed to bring or make your own food, they want to make money out of the restaurant. We brought our own food and they turned a blind eye, we ordered record numbers of cups of hot water, about 4 per meal, 2 for tea and 2 to make noodles, dormitory Q65 (R100, $8.50), room Q80 (R125, $10), unreal location, dormitory amazing, cheap attic rooms not great, hot, no view, good atmosphere, no kitchen, no towels, no ...
... Asian in Guatemala is not so easy apparently so she brings many spices from France . It was good to follow up Mr Patel's recommendation and good to eat a different type of dinner. She recommended where to eat in Lima so we will try and track the restaurant down if our safety there not compromised. Thursday dawned and this was to be our walk up a volcano. Volcano Paycaya to be precise. This was located a drive away and was I glad neither Rod nor I was driving. ...