Hotel Posada San Pedro
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
Antigua … well there is not much to say. Everything touristic you find it on internet. You have on every corner a church whether it is still an active or it is a ruin. For the rest and for me personal that city was pretty boring.
But now comes an interesting story. In Antigua I met a guy
who wanted to give me a lift to …
The long journey started at 5.45 am, packing up and catching a commuter boat with the locals heading to work from San Marcos to Panajachel. With all our packs we trekked through town and finally found a Cerjo Automatico (ATM) and got some much needed cash for breakfast. I think the definition of insanity is performing the same action multiple times …
... was no one inside the Igelesia La Merced (church) just around the corner from the hotel.
Breakfast across the road at Hotel La Posadira - La ...
... and develop their own macadamia trees for self-sustainability. We learnt about the history of Macadamias (native to Australia) and the sorting/grading process. The attached restaurant serves incredible macadamia pancakes topped with blueberry conserve and local macadamia honey, and organic local coffee (the coffee was average though). Definitely worth the money! There also a small 'store' selling macadamia products: nuts, cookies, skin care products and massages, and ...
... area to live!
There was a catastrophic earthquake here in the 18th century and we went to see some of the ruins, some buildings were left as rubble! Antigua used to be the capital of Guatemala however after the earthquake, they decided to build a new capital (Guatemala City) rather than repair & rebuild Antigua.
We went on a tour ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Posada San Pedro Antigua Guatemala
Very clean cheats.
A very good shower.
Good location when you want to visit the city.
The outside door closes at 20.30Hr.
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