San Jorge Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... historical hills of Antigua. The original capital of Guatemala when the Spanish rolled in during the 1500's but abandoned later after an earthquake in the 1700's, Antigua is host to some beautiful early colonial architecture. This afternoon we strolled through the streets and took in the sites of somewhat derelict architectural and historical ...
... Gold". Jade was considered more valuable than gold by the Maya and also the Olmec culture before them. Artifacts made from Jade, from the Motagua River Valley, have been found from sites in Mexico to Costa Rica. I haven't seen many other tourists in this area near my hotel. The streets near the Arco de Santa Catarina and La Merced Convent seems to be more popular with more hotels and tourist services. I'm sure many people ...
Just a short stop this time while we wait for visa processing. We're back in our old room in our old house – a big room with a desk, bed, high ceilings and very little distraction - which is perfect for Joel who is spending his time here editing the surf film he was making in El Paredon. I’ve been back with my amazing Spanish teacher, Sandra, trying to get closer to fluency. Highlights of our time here have been many dinners with friends, a brunch in a mansion which ...
... and Laynni Locke vacated the apartment they had been renting for the past three months right on time Wednesday morning, exactly as stated in their rental agreement. Despite the increasingly sunny weather and adequately clean condition of the lake water, both flatly denied even proposing any complicated last-minute changes to their planned itinerary. Instead they rose early, packed, then boarded a lancha to Panajachel to catch the shuttle they had booked days earlier ...
... Thursday evening before the start of the long holiday weekend, the highway is jammed solid and our journey to Antigua takes two hours rather than the advertised 45 minutes. We pass nearby zone 14, the area of Guatemala City where the richest Guatemalans live in a walled and gated community, protected by an army of heavily armed guards, where access is only possible by special permit.
Guatemala City, home to 30% or more of the ...