Camino Real Tikal

Address: Lote 77, Parcelamiento Tayasal, Peten, 17002, Guatemala | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Lote 77, Parcelamiento Tayasal, Peten.
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      Lanquin

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... shuttle van arrives and its a dinged up old van the makes plenty of rickety noises as we drive. Veenhovens van was in better knack than this thing and we have 11 people crammed into it for an 8 hour bus ride, no movies or air con haha. Just got to love it. After leaving Flores, the driver is on his mobile driving and seems to be told he has missed two people from pick up. So we sit on the side of the road for what feels like ages until the extra 2 travellers are driven down ...

      Lazy Sunday in Flores

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 21, 2014

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      ... to climb that high! It's built on a Mayan temple that is yet to be excavated but it's easy to see the shape. When we got back on the boat Jason's younger brother Christian had joined us. From there we went for a bit of a spin around the lake, passing a replica of a horse statue that was erected by the Mayans in the belief that it would bring rain (long story). We finished the excursion by circling the island ...

      Bye Belize, Good day Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... to the border. When we arrived about 20 minutes later we were quickly escorted to a collectivo (like a taxi but cheaper) where we had about 3 miles before the border. We then went through customs and paid the exit fee and wanderer across to Guatemala where the border seemed very slack. We had just used up all of our Belizean dollars so had no money to exchange and was told there was an ATM the other side which there wasn't. So we had no Guatemalan Quetzals ...

      Guatemala - Flores & Tikal

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... wow he was right, they were cheap and good!

      The food stalls were like an institution; there were 3 of them and normally 2 ladies serving large portions of food in each of them. The 3 stalls had the same food and prices which was quite retarded, but we decided just to split the money among those 3 stalls. Everything was Q5, except for some deserts which were Q10, the options to eat and drink could be:

      • Enchiladas: tortilla rolled around a filling (meat, cheese, ...

      Manelleadventures to Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... to find out they had no vacancy so went and found this cheap hotel/hostel! It was $5USD a night if had a private bathroom and four beds in the room so one had to go into another room. It was 9pm and we where just wanting a place to stay and get some food amd go to bed because of how tired we where! We went to this cute little restraint and had pasta 2-for-1. We then headed back to our room and chilled for a bit before heading to sleep. Next morning we headed to breakfast with ...