Hotel Lo De Bernal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lo De Bernal Antigua Guatemala
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... shop, it was closed for lunch, until 3:30! Across the street was an Irish Pub (obviously!) and one of the customers let us use their phone to call the lodge. It would take about three quarters of an hour for them to get to Antigua to pick us up. I was feeling a bit better but still not up to drinking so we didn't stay in the pub, instead I went in search of a pharmacy. I didn't have to go far, just to the end of the block. But before I even got the ...
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This is beginning to become some serious business. The topics range from fungus to grafting and what chemicals are used and how they maintain a portion of the plantation as organic. As it turns out, men are coffee plant killers.
So women ...
... our tickets to San Pedro La Laguna for tomorrow morning and suss out a bus to Nicaragua for the 8th. Discuss our plans with Purto, Mike and Elsie and Mike and Elsie have similar plans. We book our accommodation before relaxing for a bit before heading out for a late dinner snack. We head to our favourite street vendors and grab a few tostadas and I grab a pork roll. Have no idea what the meat was in mine as it was quite chewy. Hoping tomorrow there are no surprises in my bowels. ...
... partially destroyed by the earthquake, can't be torn down. The net result of this is something like a large open air archeological museum, with ruins of old churches and government building standing spookily and uselessly throughout the city. On the other hand, the intact parts of the city are charming - narrow cobblestone roads, old colonial buildings, and a breathtaking volcanic backdrop. And as a surprising random little fact, Antigua is home to the world's ...
... arrive. The group arrived then Rafael turned up at about 8:20 with the bus and we packed our bags under a tarp on the top and were off on our way to Antigua. It was spitting a little bit as we went up the range and there was a nice rainbow. On the other side of the range it started ******* down. We stopped at Chichoy restaurant at 9:30 for breakfast. It was pretty freezing so they bought us a portable fire and we hovered around it like camping. I had the ...