Cantabria Hotel

Address: 9 Avenida 1-12 Zona 1 , Guatemala City, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Avenida 1-12 Zona 1 , Guatemala City, is near Atitlan Nature Reserve, Lake Atitlan, Iximche, and Hotel Atitlan Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Guatemala City

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    A travel blog entry by jessvsworld on Aug 17, 2015

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    ... in the wrong town after 5 hours on a chicken bus... Hopped on tuc tucs and headed to San Marcos to find our hostel! We were greeted by the locals who were amazing and my little pal, Francisco, carried my bags down the village (don't worry, I didn't force him, he defo offered!!) Stayed in a cosy log cabin treehouse hostel which was so cool and overlooked the whole lake! We decided to have a wander about and came across the most hippy kinda bar ever ...


    A travel blog entry by valenzuela2015 on Aug 14, 2015

    20 photos

    ... to let Gio and Maddie go play Golf by themselves. The family and the little ones walked the park and went down to the outdoor night pools. Its very pretty at night time. There are colored lights in and around the pools, Tiki bars, and people lounging around with kids playing in the pools and slides. Amaia was sick the whole night. Fever and vomiting. Poor baby : ...

    Antigua Still

    A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Mar 14, 2015

    1 photo

    ... shorter than the one we did in Ataco as we looked out at the surrounding volcanoes standing behind the small buildings. Next stop some ruins at Santo Domingo before having a yummy crepe for a late lunch at Cafe Miel. Fast service and a great rooftop ...

    Guate, Guate, Guatemala!

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 01, 2015

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... referred to as Rojo Diablo or Red Devils. According to guidebooks, the green buses frequently have armed guards on-board to ensure the safety of passengers!

    Unfortunately we would not stay long enough in the city to ride on either the green beauties or the red devils. It being a holiday, most of the museums that where further south in the more affluent Zone 10 would be closed today. We had spent just a couple of hours (maybe three) in ...

    From bean to cup

    A travel blog entry by sueducktravel on Oct 31, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... was a visit to a local coffee plantation, and it proved to be interesting as I had never seen the process before. The plants are grown from seed and after 1 year are planted out under a canopy of Grevillea (silky oak) trees. Most of the coffee from here goes to Japan in its unroasted form and it is the Arabica variety grafted on to Robusta...... this is because the Robusta plant is slightly acidic it is not palatable to the worms which ...