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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Today we docked at Guatemala City which was very hot. 34 degrees and there were many tours but after the previous one we decided not to go today. John went for a walk on the pier but only local souvenir shops there and we were warned not to eat from any of the vendors.
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... down, hands crossed against his chest, he slid all the way down the slippery boulder into the pool below, of course we had to follow. The last pool had a little cave under the ledge, so we swam under the ledge and were able to pop our heads up into the cave, with just enough room to keep our heads above water. At the end of the day, we were so pumped up, tired, sore and in awe of what we had experienced. If the tour guide ...
... hour in we picked up 3 girls from New York who had also had shuttle issues and so knocked our price down to Q225 which was helpful!
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... You can also dry the coffee before separating the husk, which changes the flavour.
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