Patricia'S Bed And Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatricia'S Bed And Breakfast Guatemala City
A nice quiet (apart from the planes) place to stay, close to the airport and only half an hour Qtz$1 bus ride into the city centre.The house is in a secure security gated residential comunity with a bus stop right outside the gates. The plane noise seemed to quieten down after midnight and wasn't a problem. Alberto (who speaks execlent English) is very helpfull. Kitchen is the families but it was never a problem to use it, just ask first. Breakfast was very good, a huge plate of fruit and toast
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... me where the bathrooms were, and most importantly the location of the coffee.
I brought in the mystery fruit I bought at the market the day before and found out it was Passion Fruit. I read before my trip that I was safe to eat fruit that you have to peel, or open because they were not exposed to contaminated water or pesticides. The inside of this fruit has the consistency and the look of boogers.
... to have conversations at the top of their lungs after the bar was closed... needless to say, we are in a new hostel tonight and tomorrow night.
... of Guatemala City. Our hotel recommends that if we’re fixed on visiting zona 1, we should negotiate with the taxi driver to stay with us to bring us back rather than taking our chances on finding a taxi on the street, which the implication is may or may not bring us back! Alison’s newly learned Spanish really comes into its own at this point. Alison not only negotiates a price with the taxi driver, but gets him to agree to come back to where he drops us later ...
... seemed fairly amused, so we were able to stay calm. From then on various groups of locals travelling with us took us under their wing, chatting to us, joking with us, and giving us very helpful advice. The ticket man paid the car owner off, and we proceeded on our journey.
As we were worrying that we'd missed our stop, the bus driver shouted that we'd reached our destination where we could get our next connection, so we shuffled off the bus and before ...
... is a museum on the property which warrants a visit as well. Took a mid afternoon siesta and head back out for an early evening walk. We stopped in the plaza to listen to a group of young men playing marimba, followed by dinner on the rooftop overlooking the ruins at Tartines (highly recommend) and more wandering to experience the city again, by night (one of my favorite things to do in any city). The music and crowds were already starting to ...