Princess Guatemala Hotel Guatemala City

Address: 13 Calle 7-65, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 13 Calle 7-65, Guatemala City, is near The Plaza (Parque Central), Museo Popol Vuh, Relief Map, and Plaza Mayor de la Constitucion.
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Travel Blogs from Guatemala City

The cemetery

A travel blog entry by valenzuela2015 on Aug 01, 2015

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We went to the cemetery to visit Lui's two grandfathers. It appeared much more visited than any cemetery I'd ever seen. We took flowers to Papa's fathers engraved stone mural and Abuelita Emi's fathers gravesite. It felt good to be there that day as I had a sense of peace I felt inside. Seeing a daughter stand over her ...

And so it begins...

A travel blog entry by swithrow on May 23, 2015

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Can't believe my first journey of the summer is now underway. Actually, as I (was) writing this, I am going about 500 mph IN THE AIR on the way from Dallas to Guatemala City. That's right, my plane has WiFi and my new chromebook came with 12 free passes to use! SO COOL! Modern technology is amazing! *However, there is an area that this works when flying internationally. So once you get out of the range, it doesn’t work anymore. But for all of the ...

Trip Coming to an End

A travel blog entry by kfl on Mar 02, 2015

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... our passport. The most difficult crossing was into Honduras, where they took our fingerprints and pictures. It seemed a little strange they were so careful with us and yet massive amounts of drugs cross through the country. Once into Guatemala, we were back into volcano land. The country seemed slightly more prosperous than Honduras. There was a large police and armed guard presence everywhere even in the parking lot of a restaurant we stopped at ...

Getting to Know Antigua

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 31, 2014

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... monastery on either side of the road. Since it was a cloister monastery the nuns needed a way to cross the street without venturing outside the building walls. The arch was created to serve this purpose, but today it is famous for the view of the arch with a volcano behind it and is the most recognizable landmark of Antigua.

As we walked, Fausto pointed out houses, many of which he explained are mansions owned by Americans and have tennis courts or swimming ...

Tottering Around Guatemala

A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 19, 2014

... community originally brought over by the British as slaves. So there was a very interesting atmosphere, much more relaxed and reggae-infused! That night we stayed in Flores, a tiny island in the middle of another lake which had originally been used as a stronghold by the Spanish. There were lots of nice restaurants dotted around the tiny cobbled street island but we were a little sick of the local food (some people manifested said sickness through a number of bodily functions) ...

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