Radisson Hotel Guatemala City
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Multilingual staff
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... Turkish. There were Yemenites and an Algerian Jew there to name but a few, though almost everybody present at the dinner were Israeli´s and there could well have been 75-100 people there. It was a very jolly experience and after ritualistically washing my hands (3nd time I have done this before as this is not done by liberals), I had to be silent until the prayers for the challah. Plates of every Israeli dip, guacamole, every variation of cold or warm carrots, potato salad, ...
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The first evening we arrived we were greeted by an old ...
... self pity we finally rose and went to get some laundry done, we were adamant we would be productive. A McDonalds for lunch went a long way to help with the cure! Kathy & Jen went to the markets in the evening for a stroll and Jen was asked if she wanted to buy everything from a hammock to a machete! Day 23: Tuesday, 21 January It was an early 6am start as we being collected for the Pacaya volcano tour. It took about an hour to get there and then we had a 3km hike to the top, ...
... us. The guide asked if we wanted to climb it, the 3 of us looked at each other and said, why not? We watched as the guide swam directly under the waterfall and started pulling himself up a rope ladder. We had no choice but to follow. As I swam under the waterfall I just closed my eyes and started climbing the rope ladder. I could not see anything and the waterfall was so loud as it pounded against the top of my head. At the ...
... of Guatemala City. Our hotel recommends that if we’re fixed on visiting zona 1, we should negotiate with the taxi driver to stay with us to bring us back rather than taking our chances on finding a taxi on the street, which the implication is may or may not bring us back! Alison’s newly learned Spanish really comes into its own at this point. Alison not only negotiates a price with the taxi driver, but gets him to agree to come back to where he drops us later ...