TripAdvisor Reviews Carrillos Hotel Copan
Travel Blogs from Copan
... second floor walkway which also had numerous reconstructed pieces of temples, the idea being to assist in preserving them.
Naila admitted that she was done for the day and had seen enough. With the heat of the day at full blast, I was quite happy to head back to town. I had a little bit of planning to do ahead of moving on tomorrow. From now on the direction of travel should be in one direction.
Allowing for quirks of the locals buses of course.
... world a few years running because of gang crime/drug cartels. I went in a private blacked out windows shuttle and when the bus driver left the bus he locked everyone in. I stayed in a beach resort near San Salvador and the next day travelled onwards to Honduras. El Salvador is covered with volcanoes and the north of the country is really beautiful with miles of pine forest and blossom trees surrounding the volcanoes. My end place was a town called copan ...
... exquisite to destroy, but it was still covered with a new temple until the excavations revealed and a replica can be seen in the museum. We had a excellent guide @ 5 US$ for 5 hours well spent.
There were Macaws flying about, and there were feeding stations around, making picture taking very easy. Amazing ...
... one day........ The main attraction of Copan is the ruins however after visiting the ruins of Tikal we decided against going to them as in my opinion nothing could beat them! We did however locate the old jail which has a view point of the town and a children's museum! The view point did offer good views and the museum had lots of interactive displays which in my opinion makes for a good museum! After tasting the delights of ...
... effect on the viewers as they emerge from the tunnel.
Video: Museum's Rosalila Temple
The design of the museum is intended to allow visitors to absorb and retain the information through its orientation. There are two levels of displays with bilingual panels describing the artifacts. Visiting the museum is an essential part of the Copan experience.
Part 3: Las Sepulturas ("The Tombs"). This section of the ...