Category: Antigua, Guatemala
Going to Antigua Guatemala is something you have to do when you visit Guatemala. It has so many great things and places to offer. There are tons of great restaurants, lots of fun bars, hotels that go from $5 a … Continue reading
The beautiful colonial city of Antigua and is located in the Central Region of Guatemala, it sits among three volcanoes (Acatenango, Fuego and Agua) and mountains that give it amazing views anywhere you look at. When you travel to Antigua … Continue reading
Antigua is full of great restaurants. Sky Cafe is known for the great views and fun atmosphere for the family. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
The secret is ‘almost’ out. Among the Hotels in Antigua Guatemala there is an unbelievably lovely, super affordable, very central hotel that is a must visit! D’Leyenda Hotel, a six room, hotel is located half a block from the Central … Continue reading
No other place on Earth has spectacular carpets such as Antigua, Guatemala for Semana Santa – Holy Week (Easter Week). Watching families and Guatemalans all join forces to make huge, colorful, highly artistic carpets and watch the processions walk over … Continue reading
Few places through out Central America can fall into the category of a B&B. And let me tell you, I’m a huge fan of Bed and Breakfasts. It’s usually my chosen mode of traveling throughout the United States and whenever … Continue reading
Antigua is famous for it’s hidden finds. Either a great restaurant that is tucked in some corner or a hotel that looks tiny and opens up into a huge place with a courtyard. We just happened to ‘happen upon’ a … Continue reading
For the past few months, I’ve passed Inca Restaurant on many occasions. Each time I tugged on my husband’s shirt and said – “We have to try this place out, it looks fantastic!” But, as we all know, life gets … Continue reading
There are many good Antigua Guatemala Hotels of all sizes and kinds. Living here I have discovered many different options worth checking out. Hotel Casa Cristina is an adorable, quaint hotel in Antigua Guatemala. You will find it in Barrio … Continue reading
Antigua, Guatemala is the last TRUE colonial town left in all of Latin America. It still stands intact from the day that the Spaniards arrived and called it the capital of Central America. With it’s cobble-stoned streets, colorful houses and … Continue reading
Canopy tours are great, however, it’s all about the scenery and not all places can provide that. However, 5 minutes from Antigua, Guatemala you can get a serious canopy ride with great scenery in the middle of a forest on … Continue reading
Semana Santa in Antigua Guatemala is the most amazing celebration of Easter week in the world. With beautiful carpets, procession and activities it’s a can’t-miss event! For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Santo Domingo Hotel in Antigua Guatemala is considered one of the most luxurious and unique hotels in Latin America. It has ruins and museums with a delicious restaurant. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Antigua, Guatemala is considered the capital for Salsa Dance classes in Central America. And it’s not only for adults, kids will have a blast learning how to move their hips and get in step with their partners (even if it … Continue reading
Eating out for me is about the experience. Anyone can go to any old restaurant, but how about trying something totally new and different! Living in Antigua, I can say we have tried 90% of the restaurants here. It was … Continue reading
Every country boasts it’s typical food. Guatemala is no different. We had a food fair where the majority of the restaurants of Antigua got together and put out their best Guatemalan Typical food dishes. Get more fun information about the … Continue reading
When you visit Guatemala traveling to Antigua is a must. It is a place filled with gorgeous and historical buildings. Some of them are now used to expose objects that were used in the colonial days of Guatemala. Discover more … Continue reading
Antigua is the town of churches, cathedrals and monasteries. Due to many natural disasters such as earthquakes and volcanoes, a lot of these buildings have seen better days. However, you can enjoy the newly rebuilt editions and get a feel … Continue reading
First of all, I bet you’re asking – What is a Nahgra? Let’s begin with a quick definition and explanation. Nahgra – Kinesi Therapy machine was invented by a Korean martial arts scientist, Dr. Charles Kwak. This unique system implements … Continue reading
I have very little experience in French Cuisine, so dragged my husband for a taste test. He has even less experience, if that’s possible. The extent of my knowledge of French food is French Onion Soup, duck, Escargot, lots of … Continue reading