Radisson Hotel Guatemala City
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Guatemala City
... so an early evening. Yesterday was our last full day of our trip. We were up early and all went next door to the best breakfast of the trip. They served fantastic smoothies and juices. It was the healthiest breakfast we have had in awhile and realize that we will need to get back to our juicing as soon as we get home. They also served the best coffee and that is saying a lot because the coffee has been outstanding throughout the trip. We then went to ...
... referred to as Rojo Diablo or Red Devils. According to guidebooks, the green buses frequently have armed guards on-board to ensure the safety of passengers!
Unfortunately we would not stay long enough in the city to ride on either the green beauties or the red devils. It being a holiday, most of the museums that where further south in the more affluent Zone 10 would be closed today. We had spent just a couple of hours (maybe three) in ...
... br> After they had left I wandered around the town some more. That afternoon I was at the tourism office at 3 for the police-escorted walk to a nearby waterfall, Cascada Los Tercios. The police escort is a free crime prevention initiative. I felt rather important, especially as it was only me with two armed police. We walked to the main road, where we flagged down a bus (no fare asked for) for the short ride to the path to ...
... That's all I have to report for the moment, folks. I'm very tired and ready to put my feet in the pool for a few minutes. Tomorrow we get a tour of the campus and the various ministries. Your prayers for us are much appreciated! I will check in again tomorrow :)
Shoot! I just realized I left my SD card reader in my room, I will post pictures in a bit if I can get wi-fi up in the room, or I will post them on this page when I write tomorrow's blog.
Back in Antigua, what was normally a pretty tranquil place, things were going crazy! Touted as the grandest Holy Week celebrations in the world along with Seville in Spain, the place was packed. With most accommodation booked out months in advance, we were glad for our contacts and had managed to reserve a late spot in our usual home with the lovely Veronica, albeit she only had a tiny room with a single bed left. We figured we'd manage.
Let me take you through ...