Posada Landivar

5a. Calle Poniente No. 23, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5a. Calle Poniente No. 23, Antigua Guatemala.
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    Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

    Free day in Antigua

    A travel blog entry by claire-jellard on Jul 23, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    We had booked an excursion to the Pacaya volcano, but when we heard that breakfast was at 6 am and departure at 7 am, we decided to give it a miss!! Jellard's eye was still troubling him and I needed a lie -in!! Instead we had a nice leisurely breakfast accompanied by delicious cups of Guatemalan coffee. ...


    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Apr 20, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    After a good night sleep at the hotel in Washington (way better than sleeping in the terminal), we were up and ready to continue our journey. With our big bags already checked and boarding passes in hand from the previous day, it was a breeze getting through security and to the gate. There wasn't much choice for breakfast so we settled for a small restaurant near our gate with ok food. We boarded our final flight only to have to deplane shortly there after. Apparently ...

    Exploring Antigua

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 15, 2014

    21 photos

    ... famous for banana bread and this bakery in particular was doing a roaring trade. The queue was to the door and everybody wanted a Banana Bread which was actually more like a huge loaf. We'll be back another day to get one, or maybe just a half because of the size.

    We made our way slowly across the uneven cobbles to Iglesia de San Francisco. This church is imbued with the spirit of Santo Hermano Pedro, ...

    Hotel Casa Santo Domingo = 5 star hotel + museum

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 15, 2013

    118 photos

    ... exhibits ceramic and stone objects such as feminine figures, vases, plates, bowls, funerary urns, thuribles, ceremonial batchets and yokes that mostly correspond to the Classic Period (200-900 AD) of the Mayan Culture. It also has a ...


    A travel blog entry by nickymaus on Nov 23, 2013

    14 photos

    ... of clothes and our windproof tents, where we played cards. **** sunset. Just a bit later the darkness crawled over us, on a volcano without any light influences that meant we could not see the hand in front of our face. Peeing proofed to be nearly as fascinating as the exploration of the moon. All was black, barren and unfamiliar, the torch the only lightsource and because the pee was that warm, it was steaming properly. The next morning we got ready two hours ...