Hotel Don Moises

Address: Calle de Plaza, Copan, Honduras | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle de Plaza, Copan.
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Travel Blogs from Copan

More Ruins

A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Apr 13, 2014

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It was a long haul making our way to Copan Ruinas, A ferry and two bus rides later we arrived in the evening. In time to go out for some dinner and off to sleep.


The next day we were up and after some breakfast across the street we headed out to the ruins. We spent a few hours checking out the museum and walking around the ruins. They …

Copan and San Pedro

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 27, 2014

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... incredible Mayan site I have seen. The sculpture museum (http://es.copanhonduras.org/museo-de-e scultura-maya) was already a tantalising experience with such incredible pieces; I was mesmerised. Walking up countless steps and seeing more stuca's, the staircase with hieroglyphics, the ball court, including various 'goals' inthe form of fertility gods that had to be hit. The idea was that the ball game was to troiumph over evil and the sun played a ...

Ruins were very good, :)

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on May 21, 2014

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... walk the 2km to the ruins. We had an amazing time there and spent 5 hours exploring the ruins, the walking trails and museum. We actually rate these ruins as highly as Palenque because they had such well preserved sculptures and relief work there as well as tunnels and tombs. On top of that the ruins are extensive and what had been uncovered was a small part of the 27km squares of known ruins. It is postulated this area was the seat of the Mayan empire. Needless ...

Bye Guatemala

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 18, 2014

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... back through Guatemala City - this time seeing it in daylight. Much of the outer city is built on the surrounding hills. The shanty towns hanging off the sides of the hills - all small square boxes. Then we ended up in the countryside. Pretty hills and winding roads. We stopped off after a few hours - and had some icecream! Before continuing onwards. Every now and then we had to pass through a police check point. An awful lot of them!! We didn't get pulled ...

Fingering A Bald Parrot

A travel blog entry by doove on Mar 05, 2014

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... a really easy going and great host, and even though only spent a night there , she was really nice and a cool person to hang out with. She made some lentils which thankfully didn’t cause any ******* problems! I don’t want to build up a reputation after Javier’s Couchsurfing reference for me, which caused another future host to ask if I ****** a lot – hahaha – seems like one accidental one can have severe consequences!

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