Posada Landivar

Address: 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

      Saying goodbye

      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 25, 2014

      2 photos

      ... has been feeling a bit like tourists recently which is kinda the whole point of Gadventures to not go to all the touristy places. Just some small wooden tables and chairs on a gravel floor, no menu, they just ask 'chicken?' and it was soooo good and cost like $3. Just what we want. Went back to hotel and chilled for a bit before heading to sleep. Got a whole day of travel tomorrow. The journey awaits ...

      Getting to Know Antigua

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 31, 2014

      22 photos

      ... the moment) everywhere, and two small chairs with a table in another part for drinks it appeared. We had fun sitting at the table pretending we were on a date in this secluded area. After leaving "the engagement room" we headed upstairs to a great patio overlooking a large part of the city. From here, Fausto pointed out the mountains and volcanoes surrounding Antigua as well as some smaller villages in the area. He also pointed out a couple lookout points that we may ...

      A respite...

      A travel blog entry by fancythat on Aug 01, 2014

      5 photos

      ... certain amount of breath holding, and a great hand exercise in white knuckling! all while trying to enjoy the sites zooming by! The market was interesting, as each women explains their work. All very slowly and clearly for the foreign tourist. All in Spanish! We made our way upstairs to look at a small exhibit of the textiles and regional costumes of Guatemala. Paula was very good at explaining each outfit. Colder areas of the country have heavier material, some villages has ...

      Which volcano shall I look at?!

      A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Jun 29, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... has been stopped due to security concerns and there is plenty of poverty in the surrounding areas.

      Climbing volcanoes in the rainy season is best kept to the morning.

      Left to her own devices, Megan would ultimately sell her children for a hit of chocolate.

      There are plenty of good reasons to spend a bit extra on chocolate - particularly that they remove all the coca butter from the cocoa bean and replace it with palm ...

      Rustic town, much smaller than expected

      A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on May 18, 2014

      5 photos

      May 18th San Pedro to Antigua.The time came for us to get the shuttle to Antigua. We had watched the Moto GP on the tv at 6am and saw Rossi come 2nd. We said a teary good bye to Luis and Letty and with backpacks on walked the 2km to the jetty and had breakfast. The shuttle was late leaving and took the long way round to San Juan then San Marcos to pick up other passengers. Climbing the mountains one last time was great seeing the views over ...