Santander Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSantander Plaza Hotel Guatemala City
This place was beautiful. We stayed in cabins. My only complaint was the space. We were like sardines in a can, but I guess they really know how to maximize space! The food was delicious and the staff was very courteous. Because it was gated and guarded, we felt very secure there.
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Good to be home.
I am so thankful that Jim left
his computer here in Guatemala, which led me to hand deliver the computer to
Uruguay, which led me to fly back to the US, and finally get to meet little
Lucy and spend 4 nights/3 days in Indiana.
I had a great time playing with the ...
... City must come to getaway from the city as well. I saw a Peace Corp truck go by yesterday. I seemed to be the only game in town for the street vendors yesterday, when I walked to the Parque Central. They followed me everywhere. If I tried to evade them by going into a shop to get away, they were there when I came out. I would have loved to sit and draw in the Parque Central but when I sat there they surrounded me with ...
... back for their land and freedom. In order to preserve their culture, they had to give in and learn the language of their oppressors. This was the only way that they could share their story with the world. By reading the book, I learned very much about the values, customs and culture of a Guatemala. This is what I've gathered from the reading alone... 1) Food is a huge part of Guatemalan culture, especially tortillas, corn, lime and chile. The Quinché tribe believes that ...
... was housesitting, a special late birthday lunch (including apple crumble!) cooked by Sandra and I, and attended by the whole family (in Guatemala, when they sing 'Happy Birthday’ there is a second verse that goes "We want cake!"), and a fundraiser for As Green as it Gets. Tomorrow we’re off to El Salvador so Joel can continue on filming surf. To keep up with his work, see his photos and read his much more creative blog check out his website www.joelsharpe.com
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