The 2-3 hour trip promised us to learn how to cook one main dish, one dessert 3 side dishes and Guatemalan style. One day while driving to the port and a 90-minute one way to Antigua, we felt very rushed on our walking tour of Colonial Antigua, a market and a museum. It didn't leave me a lot of time for sightseeing and we had to remove the jade factory from the list (too bad for the jade because the area where the hotel is located). It left me the impression that I really don't do hiking but LaTortilla added it to our benefit. I think we should better get out of the fast-driving city and head straight to school. We really want to set up a food experience and have a real fun while cooking, we have to rush to the food to be ashamed of time back on the boat. If you want to go to Los Angeles suitable for the disabled guest rooms/cooking experience. This is the best they have done. If you are thinking about sightseeing and visiting the city, don't do so. Don't try both.