Hotel Posada Del Hermano Pedro
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Posada Del Hermano Pedro Antigua Guatemala
Lovely, older hotel in a great location. The staff was very accommodating when we had a plumbing problem in our bathroom. And then when the room that they wanted to put us in had a strong mold odor, they came up with another room for us that was really nice. And this, on one of the busiest tourist times of the year! The, included, breakfast every morning was excellent and more than filling!
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Everyone is excited and anxious to get going on our first real day of the tour. It's Saturday of Palm Sunday weekend and we are headed to Guatemala City for a tour of the Ixchel Textile Museum and some other notable city sights. It's about an hour from Antigua to Guatemala City on the Pan American highway, a pretty decent, but windy, road.
Dora and I arrived at our Tour hotel, from Lake Atitlan, around 6 pm. We experienced a few issues with our room, but, after 3 moves, we settled into a really nice room, with working plumbing and no mold odor! We are here a day early, so we have not expected to meet anyone from our tour until tomorrow night.
Since we are free in Antigua …
... are meant to follow (from the National Schools) is generally written in wrong and poor spanish, and we´re forced to create lesson plans, activities, readings, and worksheets ourselves, trying to incorporate the material in. This takes quite a bit of preperation and time, and probably the hardest part for me right now. Tomorrow will be a good full day of prep for the work week with some other volunteers.
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... to spend some time here and breath a little of Tikal’s air preparing for the exciting walks ahead. A few steps further you’ll see Complex N, between the Bat Palace and Temple IV. Complex N is one out of seven twin pyramid complexes found in Tikal. Its northern enclosure holds reproductions of Altar 5 and Stella 16, which are among the finest monuments that survived being exposed to the elements for years. The originals may ...
... with them. They're all brightly coloured ex-US school buses. Riding one is quite an experience, with the diesel engine chugging away, the driver squeezing it between other buses while leaning liberally on the horn and the driver's mate leaning out the door shouting "Antigua Antigua Antigua!", trying to get more people to hop on.
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