San Gregorio Hotel and Spa

Address: Km. 29.5 en la Carretera a Santa Elena Barillas, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, Guatemala | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Km. 29.5 en la Carretera a Santa Elena Barillas, Guatemala City, is near Zoológico Nacional La Aurora, Zona Viva, Museo Popol Vuh, and Edificio de Correos Central.
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    Travel Blogs from Guatemala City

    Feliz Navidad de Antigua, Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by col.caf on Dec 26, 2014

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... Snug where we rolled yet more Paddys into the group. We continued on something of a pub crawl visiting many of the towns best watering holes which had a good mix of locals and gringos and I met some other people who I had seen previously in my travels. The night turned out to be a lot of fun, and finally a decent party after 4 weeks of traveling.
    In the morning I shook off the cobwebs over a fruity breakfast before heading out to explore the market ...

    Taking on Central Americas biggest city

    A travel blog entry by col.caf on Dec 23, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... out to check out Cayala. This brand new area, built with a very southern European character on a hill overlooking the city is probably the richest part of the country, while just 2km away from there are some of the poorest slums in the country. There was a huge Christmas tree in the square and awesome views of the city scape. it was probably not the kind of place I would have gone to, but I appreciated that Dulce wanted to show the best side of the city. Instead ...

    13,000 foot volcano Hike

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Jul 20, 2014

    5 photos

    ... all of this, I was wearing Converse low tops. Which meant I kept skidding, and skidding, and skidding. Three steps forward, one step back style. The lack of grip was seriously not helping my struggle, and I think my slowness was starting to annoy people at the front.

    Eventually, somehow, at around 3pm we reached a ledge opposite an active volcano called 'Fuego' (fire in Spanish). I was more relieved that anyone to hear that this was going to be our camp for the night, and ...

    Small World, Big Family

    A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Jun 27, 2014

    ... Cypress Valley is very close. A wonderful and mutually encouraging discussion followed. Michael's wife is Panamanian and gave us loads of info on traveling through Panama. Through Michael, we learned of a missionary family from Oregon who are serving in La Ceiba on the Honduran coast. We plan to contact them and hope to meet them and learn of their ministry as we pass through. ...

    Easter processions

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... sides were old buildings and an arcade of shops. Just up from here was the Arco de Santa Catalina - a yellow arch across the road, with a clock on it. In the background the Merced church was visible and the volcano behind. Very pretty. In the small square just outside of the Merced church were more stalls - these ones selling mostly food. I bought some local style coconut ice and some fudge! (5Q) All the streets are very cute, I wandered for a while ...