|Parrots add to the landscaped gardens around|
|Hand woven fabrics are used in all Guatemalan products|
|Several museums are part of the Hotel|
|These striking wooden carved images were in the Colonial|
|Crisp thin crust pizzas and spinach raviolis followed our|
|Across from Hector's this beautiful floodlit church provided|
a lovely view while we waited for a table sipping wine.
|A convivial crowd waits patiently outside for a table at|
tiny but elegant Hector's
We waited ten minutes for a table and had a great meal. The view over the city is beautiful and the food that we had, excellent. Jeanette had spinach raviolis with pesto and the other three of us had pizzas. We shared two salads among us and could only eat half of our pizzas. The remainder made a easy dinner that night back at Chez Daniel.
The next night we had a very special evening at Hector's restaurant, rated #1 on TripAdvisor. By the way Scott and I review for them now under the name Scott Free VT. Hector's is a small place and was packed when we arrived. We waited a half hour for a table outside but didn't mind. Hector checked in with us regularly with updates and we sipped wine while enjoying the view of the floodlit church opposite. Once seated we had a really memorable meal. A better table opened up before our meal arrived and Hector insisted we move.
Scott had the duck and I had the fish special. They were both first class as were the salads. We all had creme brulee for desert. Hector stopped by the visit later and filled up our wine glasses for free. We highly recommend eating there.