Hotel Dionisio Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Cont'd Day 21: Sunday,19 January We made our way to the hostel, Dionisio. We got a lovely 3 bed private room, if only it wasn't opening straight onto the reception! We went for a short walk and found Subway and decided that was going to be dinner. Back to the hostel and we were meeting with Canada for a night out. We had a few drinks in the hostel …
... The house the couple are renting has 2 bedrooms, bath and kitchen/ dining area. We chatted for quite sometime in the garden, having drinks, snacks and talking of travels here and there. The couple just had a baby 17 days ago. They wanted it to be born in Guatemala, even though they're American, because the mother is originally from here! I've been invited to come stay any time I'm in Antigua, Maria says next time we will travel to some parts of Guatemala I haven't been to yet! ...
... than Seville & Santiago in Spain. They have these huge processions with hundreds/thousands of people, floats, lights so much incense that it’s virtually chocking in the street and looks like there’s a riot with police firing tear gas! However it’s all very somber, ritualistic & focused on religious celebration & reflection. The processional floats are accompanied by huge amounts of people, brass bands, speakers & all manner of ...
Back in Antigua, what was normally a pretty tranquil place, things were going crazy! Touted as the grandest Holy Week celebrations in the world along with Seville in Spain, the place was packed. With most accommodation booked out months in advance, we were glad for our contacts and had managed to reserve a late spot in our usual home with the lovely Veronica, albeit she only had a tiny room with a single bed left. We figured we'd manage.
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... a hot, sunny day on the Campo de Futbol in San Juan the short but surprisingly spry legs of the Guatemalans proved the difference as Inter's much older, and somewhat beer- and smoke-addled, bodies ground to a virtual standstill as the game wore on. Some opportunistic goal scoring gave Inter the lead early on and the score line went back and forth for the better part of 60 minutes before a brutal combination of sunstroke, age and unclean living led to a sharp decrease ...