Hotel la Casa de Don Ismael

Address: 3ra. Calle Poniente No. 6, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Inn
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This inn, located on 3ra. Calle Poniente No. 6, Antigua Guatemala, is near Palacio Nacional, Zona Viva, National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and Museo Popol Vuh.
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    Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

    Guatemala -Exploring volcanoes, jungles and lakes

    A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on May 02, 2015

    20 photos

    In this blog: Exploring volcanoes, jungles, lakes and colonial cities of Guatemala for a couple of weeks with the awesome, multi-coloured always interesting and entertaining 'chicken buses'. Living on cheap and delicious tropical fruit, tortillas and amazing coffee from the local markets.

    LIKES: Natural beauty; amazing jungles, volcanoes and the unreal turquoise pools in the jungle at Semuc Champey. Cheap transport, cheap accommodation, cheap fruit at local markets.


    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 19, 2015

    I had a nice long lie in, and didn't moosy out of the hostel until around midday. It is the first overcast day in a while. No suntan lotion necessary. Despite LP bigging up this town as the one major thing to see in Guatemala I got the impression driving in yesterday that it is just another colonial town. As I randomly wandered the streets that impression was confirmed. Nice in a beaten up kinda way it has cobbled ...

    Day 32

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Mar 04, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Got up around 11am and went tubing with about 30 people from the hostel. It's not anything like tubing in Laos. The river is nice and calm, there are no bars and people actually use and pay for their tubes. It was really relaxing and we all floated in one big group sipping on the little cans of **** which the hostel provided us with. We did stop halfway through and we had a good laugh with this couple from New Zealand, 2 lads from Sweden and Irish guy from ...


    A travel blog entry by jlandin on Sep 29, 2014

    36 photos

    ... want me to come stay with them next time. Julio and his brother George used to make jewelry in the US. Julio got so excited (about me making jewelry also) that he called his brother George in. R. I., USA to talk to me on his cell phone. I also met Shannon at the Posada Belen who is doing research on women and violence in this country. I guess jewelry can be a real common denominator. She has a friend here who also makes jewelry and she brought her a bunch of supplies. I'm ...

    Volcanic Activity

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 29, 2014

    11 photos

    ... backpackers and Spanish students.
    There's an old convent in this town that, at one point, was the seat of power in the region, headed by the catholic church. The major leaders met in this convent to decide who would control which regions, which laws to enact, how to allocate their funds, etc. But a few angry volcanos changed all that, and now it's a cute little building with some impressive architecture. The whole town is ...