Hotel Posada San Pedro
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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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... South and eight running East-West. Right in the center, build a park, making it the...Central Park, of course! :-) On one side of the park, build the cathedral, and on another side, build the municipality headquarters. This way, the church-state nexus can be duly established. Build about forty churches throughout the small town, some of which would be ruined by earthquakes. Build an Arch a few blocks away from the center through which ...
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As we sat down, there was a plume of smoke and a big “boom"! Volcan Fuego had erupted! We all stood and stared in amazement. What a surreal experience; sitting around a camp fire having a beer at 3500m and watching a volcano erupt so close ...
... eruption they've had in years, prompting evacuations and airport closures. A bit later we were covered in very fine ash which hung around for days. Rumbling continued for a few days as well, prompting nervous glances at the mountain from the locals. Anyway we made the most of being on an avocado farm, avocado smoothies, guacamole, fresh avo, you name it, we ate it! That was possibly the reason that Soph got so ill the next day, so I ...
... and began our ascent in the dark. Acatenango is one of the largest volcanoes in Guatemala with a height of 3976m, its neighbouring volcano Volcán de Fuego is still erupting. It was cold and windy and the path was broken gravel that slipped as you tried to move forwards. 1 hour into the climb I had was not feeling well and suspected that I too was getting ill. I had no energy but still carried on slowly making our way up. As we climbed up we took ...
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