Filadelfia Coffee Resort and Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFiladelfia Coffee Resort and Spa Antigua Guatemala
At the Filadelphia Coffee place, it's like a café where you enjoy many great foods there and some good coffee like cappuccinos.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Filadelfia Coffee Resort and Spa Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
One good thing to learn about the Guatemalan History and Culture is by visiting the colonial town of Antigua Guatemala. My family and I visited here a couple of times during our vacation. Antigua used to be the capital of Guatemala until like 1773 when a massive earthquake destroyed the town. The people then moved the capital to it's present day …
... Alyssa and I were on bed rest for the day Tammy went on a tour of a coffee plantation with the same hostel resident that gave us the French restaurant recommendation (I'm starting to think it was all part of her master plan). The following day we were feeling better so we caught the bus to Sal Salvador, and we bounced our way out of Antigua (we skipped on the first showcase with the double wide trailer and dinette set and won the second showcase with all the ...
... to head back to base camp. I was not in a good way, and kept stopping what seemed like every 10 paces to try and catch my breath. This basically cotinued right the way up the volcano. I was dead set at the back of the group, with only two of the girls who had porters and an older Czech guy behind me. I could feel he alcohol from Wednesday and Thursday night oozing out of me. Sweating profusely and sounding like Dot Cotton after 10 fags, I ploughed through as best I could. To ...
... watering hole, and I didn't want to disrespect the other gender by not showing up. Ladies' night was done pretty wisely at the Mono Loco (Crazy Monkey) - not only did women get free entrance into the bar and upstairs dance floor, but men couldn't get upstairs unless they were carrying 2 drinks. Many men were seen going up with a beer in one hand, and something colorful and fruit-fringed in the other. The place was rockin til ...
... an important industry for Antigua, alongside tourism, coffee and chocolate, with the presence of nearly 80 schools. Each offering opportunities to stay with local families or to volunteer in various projects and any tourist staying more than a week often becomes one of the cities many students and will find themselves not wanting to leave the beautiful and enticing city. I can empathise with the desire to stay, having chosen to extend mine by a couple more ...