Quinta de las Flores
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Quinta de las Flores Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... In Antigua we stayed in a nice hostel in the middle of the city with a bar and TV so we were able to watch most World Cup matches.
One of the guys who worked there, Dieter a guatemalan guy who loved Australia and Tequila shots, made sure we were never short on booze. One of the first nights we went on a pubcrawl with him and about 30 other people and it was a great night. Yvonne ended up dancing on the counter in one bar and I almost got in a bar fight with ...
... left looked like small store rooms. The door to the room to the right had no number on it and was open with beds all made up as if in readiness for the guest (ME!). Nice large room, 3 beds (again), 2 easy chairs . Very nice I thought. So bag left in the room and straight out for the very quick orientation tour and where things are ...
... tradition. Mayans traditionally didn’t bury their dead in cemeteries, but instead under their house, a tradition that is no longer practiced – although it hasn’t been that long. All based on the idea that the body might be dead, but the soul is still very much alive. In the mostly indigenous towns of Santiago Sacatepquez and Sumpango in the Guatemalan highlands, some 60 km or so from Guatemala City, the celebrations have been taken one step further. In ...
... more remote fishing village of Hopkins. The move was required otherwise we would have sampled even more of the extensive cocktail menus! We intended to stay in Hopkins for a few nights as Lonely Planet had led us to believe it was a highlight, however, we changed our minds after lunch with a New Yorker turned Belizean and a confrontation with a couple of aggressive dogs. Lunch with Trish, the New Yorker, was a great experience though - her cafe was closed ...
... who calls Inca's Indians and speaks an English dialect that hasn't been recognized as a language. On the tour we got a good idea of the layout of Antigua and the guide gave us some good ideas on what we should do whilst there.
The next activity made the Bill reveal another one of her countless faces - her 'I'm in for a treat' face. As an aside, I am releasing a collage tiled 'The Faces of Billiams' where I will display (on a single canvas) all ...