Quinta de las Flores
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Quinta de las Flores Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... t be black, he'd just be a little dirty." I know 2 girls who could help! It was hard to see, but, it was almost surreal, like seeing Jesus in your grilled cheese. Not knocking the faithful, but a bit disappointing. That night, hell who am I kidding...that afternoon I went to Cafe No Sé, a real genuine dive bar where after a few drinks everybody thinks they know your name. It's a great place to sit and talk to other travellers in town and get a few pointers. The bartender was ...
... and dirt. Again any available space is taken up with hockers stalls selling grilled meat, fish, seafood, plastic ****, handmade (questionable) crafts, sunglasses...pretty much what every tourist wants to buy on holiday. I want a reprieve actually and lunch at one of the nicer lakeside restaurants. I go in to a fairly quiet one and order a drink. Michalada por favor! I am enjoying the view when..."Sir, you buy?" Comes from beside me. Bracelets. "No quiro, gracias" More children ...
... s connection to this delicacy. In the past, cacao beans were really expensive and were used as currency for the Mayans. So it’s fair to say that in the past, money truly did grow on trees! When the Spaniards came to Guatemala the first time, they were really nice to the Maya people because they didn’t want to get hurt or killed. They treated them nicely and learned of some of the Mayan’s traditions, including ...
... and at the end of it we were able to swim in the most pristine pools imaginable. After two nights at Semuc we headed further south to Antigua, a large colonial town situated an hour or so from Guatemala City. Guatemala couldn't stop impressing us- yet another beautiful place where we spent four nights. The owners of the hostel we stayed at had the most adorable little girl, Malin. She was so funny and cute, on our first night there she came up to us and said in Spanish ...
Mentre finiamo di gironzolare tra le bancarelle dello splendido mercato di Chichicastenango ci chiediamo se le cose che abbiamo comprato siano abbastanza: siamo entrambi sicuri che siano più che abbastanza. E se anche Nina non fa fatica ad ammetterlo, allora significa che sono probabilmente anche troppe. E in effetti, a giudicare dai sacchi di plastica pieni di borse, astucci, portacuscini, borsette, magliette, amache e chi più ne ha più ne metta, direi che ci ...