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Guatemala City Airport to Antigua by car & other helpful hints

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Hello All! We are renting a car at Guatemala City airport to drive to Antigua. We arrive at about 1 pm. and decided on a car because their are 5 of us and it seemed to make the most sense for our stay. Could someone please tell me: will my gps work or does someone have their own step by step instructions for getting out of the airport and to Antigua? I always find in any city that the best tips are ones like turn right immediately after exiting the car park and merge into the left lane etc.!
I also would love any personal tips that will make life easier or the trip special: like where or what wine to buy, can't miss restaurants, tourist traps and any little ideas that could be offered.
Thank you!

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