San Gregorio Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sauce. It also had 2 tamales wrapped in banana leafs that you put into the soup. It was very good, but I couldn't quit staring at the steak that Erick got the whole time. For drink, Guatemala actually has it's own beer called Gallo, which is similar to a Bud light. I have had this before, but figured since I was trying typical Guatemalan cuisine I would order one. We finished it off with a desert called ...
... are pick up trucks with police carrying machine guns in the back. All banks and many businesses have the same armed guards. Most of the buildings have barbed wire and the rolled spiked kind on top and on the roof But the district where we are staying has all the fancy hotels embassies etc. the sidewalks are marble ...
Today was pretty much the same as yesterday. We woke up around 9. I was feeling a lot better and had slept through the night. I still had a headache and stuffed up nose, but my stomach seemed better. So I decided to venture out and have breakfast with the girls. Ash was shocked when I said I was coming with them. I needed to get out of the room. I was getting cabin fever. The weather was coolish, but after walking for ...
... with the locals and enjoyed some Guatemalan cuisine which was really cheap! That night Tom got up to watch the All Blacks against the Boks at 1.30am so we slept in the next morning. A free brekky was great and we chatted to some other guests who were around the 60plus age group. One man was a dancer on a cruise ship and travels around the world so it was fair to say some of his yarns were pretty entertaining. That day was full of festivities as the Sunday was ...
Traveling as long as I have and as much as I do, nothing really phases me anymore about airports, delays, lost/delayed luggage, security and all the other annoyances that come with travel, but taking 24 hours to get from Chicago to Guatemala and still arriving without my bag, was a brand new travel challenge.
I will sum it up (will offer more detail in the next post) by saying that while the transit itself was exhausting, ...