Radisson Hotel Guatemala City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... then video converse with my family. I now feel much more relieved and know that everything is going to be alright.
There seems to be some parties around the home I am staying at. Loud music, lots of singing and laughing. There were fireworks going on for a while, but they seemed to have stopped.
So, after this day of travel, I am very tired, so it is time to go to sleep. I have some photos attached for your to check out. :)
... off for lunch in some random Guatemalan town and it was actually class. We had soup which I haven't had in months. There's a lot to be said for a decent bowl of soup and this bowl was like one of those you'd get in a place like 'Matt the threshers'. It was top notch. On the bus journey to Semuc Gilly and this French lad had a bit of a feud over the window. Gilly kept opening the window because he was Mick Boylan but everytime he opened the window the air would blast into ...
... hints. They took this cruise 2 years ago. We said goodbye to them around 11am, and they went through security and customs, and Dad and I went to do some errands downtown Guatemala City. We then were eating lunch at the Oakland Mall food court, when Dad checked him iphone and read an email from Jim. Titled: HELP! Jim had taken his Macbook Pro out of his computer case and ...
... feel our legs from the other day! We had a quick photo shoot at the top, much to the amusement of some of other people who had also climbed up to the cross.
From the viewpoint we had spotted some markets to go and have a look at, so we made out way back into town. They literally had anything and everything between the different stalls, I think we all bought some little souvenirs and presents to take back home with ...
... a decision was made to devote tourism dollars here. Many of the beautiful churches, monasteries and convents have been partially rebuilt but many left in ruins to be conserved as is. This makes then for a fascinating place to visit. Arriving on a Sunday the streets were packed with people , dogs on leads and Mayan people trying to sell handicraft items. We had a quick look around and some dinner and retired early.May 19th .Monday was ...