Posada El Arco

Address: 4 Calle 4-36, Chichicastenango, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 Calle 4-36, Chichicastenango.
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      Travel Blogs from Chichicastenango

      San Pedro to Antigua

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jan 07, 2015

      1 photo

      ... for 17 or so hour trip and go hunt down our favourite little street food vendors. We get to the park where it is normally checkers full of vendors and food only to see two vendors there. Not overly disappointed as it's very similar food, we grab a few of the awesome tostadas and I grab what looks to be baked potato as well. Nope, not baked potato. I bite into it thinking its baked potato or similar but find its a fried cake with chocolate inside. And ...

      Market Day in Chichicastenango

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 04, 2015

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... sections cater to the needs of the locals.

      We got our fill of the market exploring the many lanes and even managed to secure a bargain. Overlooking the market are several cafes and hotels and we could not resist a well made capuccino from one of these establishments. We had a brief moment of anxiety as we were refused entry into a chicken bus returning to Los Encuentros with the conductor pointing towards the micros ...

      Entry into the Guatemalan Highlands

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 02, 2015

      34 photos

      ... your trajectory. You soon get used to this game and can even enjoy the beautiful scenery outside and playing peek-a-boo with the charming Mayan toddlers who gamely hang on to their parents (and their expressions seem to inquire where you left your parents when you needed them to hang on to) while you perform the subtle muscular maneuvers to stay balanced.

      The ideal way to explore these towns and villages is to be footloose and hop from town ...

      Not Exactly the Tour We Were Expecting

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Nov 11, 2014

      14 photos

      ... market where people sell fresh fruits and vegetables every day. We then walked through the gardens of the local Catholic Church and went inside the building. The church was very nice and both Garyn and I independently of one another tried to figure out how many churches, temples, and even synagogues we've visited during our trip and we both agree that number is well over 100.

      From the church, we climbed up a hill to have a nice lookout of the lake and town ...

      Market Day

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Nov 06, 2014

      12 photos

      ... gorgeous and colourful and the souvenirs and traditional instruments are all unique and interesting, but nothing really made us excited. It seemed like everyone was selling the same kind of things and the ones that weren't were selling junk. The place we quite crowded and at times, it was a tight squeeze to move around.

      So, we spent our time doing what we enjoyed most about many of the markets in Asia: we ate. We shared banana ...