Hotel Lo De Bernal
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... peekup rides*** I sat down with some people who looked like tourists, but not gringos. They were from Antigua, here for overnight and visiting for the first time. The ride to San Antonio took us up windy, sometimes bumpy roads on the side of the mountains, reminiscent of the drive from Naples to Sorrento, Italy. However I was seated on a wooden bench in the back of a Toyota, hanging on for dear life. We arrived at the edge of town and I saw the sign for my hotel. I got out and ...
... I had brunch with her friend Linda, an expat American she met at the gym. Linda fell in love with Antigua and has retired there. She volunteers at a hospital for children with disabilities who have been abandoned. We were then treated to a tour of her villa, wow, beautiful and filled with fabulous furniture and paintings. An interesting and passionate woman who was a pleasure to get to ...
... room. Here we become part of a Mayan spiritual ceremony, circled around a small, very smokey fire. We're all given different colored tiny candles, each color representing different characteristics. We go around the circle, each tossing specific colors as specified for that stage of the ceremony.
Then it's time for the grand opening of Wendy's Bar. I had been talking to Eli about how lovely the posada is with the garden patio right outside my door, along with ...
... the afternoon while chatting with people. Erick went to work and I went back to my room shortly after to relax a bit. I was going to watch one of the movies, but they didn't work. So I went over to Zoola for help and of course ended up drinking and even was convinced to order this supposedly amazing burger. It took over an hour for my food to come up and wasn't even that ...
... Gringo who showed us the trick. Flores is pretty, safe and chilled out although, I wouldn't want to spend more than a few days here.
I'm sure this isn't the first or last night I use this phrase but...the next day was an absolute highlight of my tour so far. We spent the day touring the majestic Tikal Ruins. They date back to 700 AD and they have been excavated/restored beautifully after being completely claimed by the ...