Hotel Rios Tropicales
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rios Tropicales Livingston
Our room was lovely, very hot, but we still really enjoyed our stay. I think rooms on the first floor were a little cooler. The onsite cafe served lovely drinks and the communal courtyard was sweet
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... fruit, vegetables, clothing, candles, flowers and electronics. A bustling and smokey food hall serves lunch produced from several basic kitchen stalls. You enjoy a local lunch of Soup, Chile Rellenos, Tortillas and Pineapple Water for 20 Quetzales (£2). One evening you sample more local Guatemalan food in a traditional restaurant, tasting Tamales and PepiŠn de Pollo.
Antigua is a Mecca for students wanting to learn Spanish. Spanish ...
... a chair to get around, turns out she actually had the other foot, she just had it strapped so you couldn't make it out, and had a leg on the chair she was using to get around cut to make it appear she was moving with a limp. We had lunch at a place called 'Happy Fish' which was a place that, a local group came and played some music for us, and Sabrina ended up getting pulled up to dance with one of the band members. After lunch it was off back to the hotel to relax an do whatever ...
... surpassed all my expectations and we were giddy with sensory overload by 12:15! At 10:00 we inadvertently found ourselves underneath an exploding sign welcoming the New Year - one of those situations that makes a great story after you have lived to tell it. Following this display, a man carrying flaming fireworks on his back in a cardboard box (yes, that really happened) walked up and down the same street shooting sparks into the sky ...
Petrol stations galore, petrol is sold in gallons which is about $1 a litre.
One spot of the journey there were truck / car wash stations ...
Awaking at 5am for our bumpy jeep ride back to Lanquin was not particularly pleasant, but we did see the sky turn a beautiful pinky colour as the sun rose over the green hills. We were then straight into a minibus, doing the circuits picking up others before setting off for Antigua. It was another pretty long drive with lots of winding and speed bumps but we eventually arrived in the early afternoon.