Hotel Rios Tropicales
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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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... again to sort out our bags, we're leaving tomorrow to go to Lake Atitlan. Antigua is a cool place, but after walking around and seeing the city, there's not much to do unless you do more tours or go out drinking. In the end we ended up going back to the church area to get some food, we just kept on getting lost and there was no way were going to find where the people from the Sky bar went. We got some food, what we thought was ...
... people trying to sell you insurance for ‘that accident you’ve recently had’ or quadruple window glazing. Here, it’s blokes who pretend they work for a hostel and insist they take you there. I know these guys are poor and are trying to make a living, but their dishonestly and underhand approach stinks. Even walking by saying that youve got a reservation doesn’t work most of the time.
Shaking off a Hustler, by hiding in an alley as he ...
... better as it was quieter and the sites largely uninhabited by the tourist hoards. We managed to spend a few hours at the massive market of Antigua and wandered and got lost looking at the produce, veges and fruits and enormous number of second hand clothes sellers. We had a look at a few churches too and ate late at a local burrito place . Antigua has heaps of restaurants but all at tourist prices. However there are lots of Spanish ...
We woke this morning after a very restless night, at 3am being woken by roosters making there crowing noise (apparently the first bus to Guatemala leaves at 3am which wakes them), and on top of that there is some kind of festival on so we were being woken by fireworks every 30 minutes to an hour. The noise honestly sounded like it was being fired from a canon right outside our bedroom. After a quick meal ...
... in all directions for three hours. This appeared to be common practice as experienced lorry drivers merely parked up and set up hammocks underneath their trucks and took a three hour siesta in the 34C heat! After a very short stop in the old capital we went further inland to the mountain area of Chichicastenango, then onto San Jorge la Laguna for a home stay in the village which is run as a community. I made tortillas (not as easy as it looks!) and ...