Hotel Lo De Bernal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... the hill behind us and ground to a halt. Luckily for us in the compact car, we were able to turn around and go back down the hill. I've no idea what the chicken bus was going to do on the narrow hillside road, but we weren't hanging around to find out.
At the base of the hill, there was another road that we turned on to. I say road, but it was no more than a dirt track and it got to the stage where we had to sit in first gear going up the steep, sandy ...
... Year's day mass. The atmosphere outside was festive with food and other stalls. Inside, we saw a few faithful make their way up the aisle on their knees.
Many other beautiful churches and buildings were either still awaiting renovation or were closed for the holiday. Nevertheless, walking down the quiet streets allowed us to soak in the atmosphere of ...
... and I were amazed by this since the medieval colonial architecture of Antigua is very secretive. It is nearly impossible to decipher what hides behind any of the facade walls in the city and none of them look that impressive. Even the original hotel we stated at in this city looks like nothing from the outside but once we venture inside there is a whole lot going one, like courtyards, lobbies, a kitchen, and of course hotel rooms. Fausto pointed out a very large house ...
... stripes, the dark-blue corte (skirt) with embroidered stripes of many colors, a waist band and the Tzute or shawl. Men wear a white shirt and a wool jacket with a bat embroidered on the back - the symbol of the last Cackchiquel dynasty, with striped trousers with black wool over pants, waistband, apron and tzute, black felt or straw hat, wool shoulder bag (moral) and leather sandals.
... stuttering and cutting out, so we pulled into a petrol station. After some tinkering around, we left the petrol station and, to my dismay, we had to get straight into the left lane to get onto an overpass. I just shut my eyes, put my foot down and said to myself "Just do it, Claire!" I did it, don't ask me how! A little further along the road, Jan and Conny decided they needed to check the route and made a sharp turn into a side street. I also made a ...