San Gregorio Hotel and Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... guy who tried to teach me muchacha, the regional dance. Some of the night was spent hanging out with this group of deaf girls, which was quite surreal; communicating by writing on a mobile and passing it around. it reminded me of the things we all take for granted. It was another awesome night, but being a little partied out and with an 8am shuttle to catch the next morning, I made it back to the hostel by 12, very satisfied with an awesome Christmas in Antigua.
... us to have to walk Marg all the way back to the hotel (only about 2 blocks!) so he told the police that Marg and Tracy were really important guests to the country, and used his background in security to convince them that they were so important he couldn't give them their names and it was all too high profile.. He insisted that we needed escorting back to our hotel door which they agreed to as well! I had to sit in the cow shuttle bit at the back with Juan as only the 'important ...
... by putting most of the weight down at the hips, but it didn’t seem to be working very well. We stopped for lunch once we were aware that we had crossed the highest point on the hike and had turkey sandwitches. It had been quite foggy all morning and right about lunch time the sun came out and the fog cleared up momentarily and we were able to capture some pictures of the landscape. There were a lot a lot of animals (especially goats) on the route.We hikes about 8 miles the ...
... are lined with colourful single storey buildings, in various stages of repair. There are also numerous historical buildings, ruins and monuments. The facade of houses in Antigua are colourful solid walls parallel to the street with a single entrance door and often only a couple of windows encased by metal bars, thus giving nothing away about what lies behind. Upon entering, a beautiful inner courtyard garden awaits you which the house wraps itself ...
... get shot on a street and there are 23 fatalities per day. Well, welcome to Guatemala City!"
Nice start, huh? ;)
We basically came to Guatemala City for only one reason - because we wanted to volunteer at the "Potter's House" ("Casa del Alfarero" in Spanish). We had only one week to do it, but they were happy we wanted to come. This organization has been working for almost 30 years with people who live and work in and near the Guatemala City dump. It's ...