Antigua, the oldest Capital in the Americas

Woody treated us to a day in Antigua, the oldest capital in Central America. Because of an earthquake and the flooding of the capital in the 1700s, the Capital was then moved to Guatemala City. It is interesting place; the streets are basically walls with doors. Yet behind each door is a rich courtyard and many surprises. The very large Catholic monastery has been partially rebuilt into a classical-looking hotel. We walked the city, visited their most famous chocolate house, and Betty and Hilda got a ride on a horse-drawn cart, since it was raining. Overall it was a great day out. Traffic is what is to be expected in the whole world these days.


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