Filadelfia Coffee Resort and Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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
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... Just an average evening, apart from we had a meeting with the family about food and living situations (which was the most intense hour ever!) I love this family and their home but Jesus Christ we need more food or else I will wither away... (Maybe that's slightly dramatic...) Moving on! The local hairdresser was holding a fancy dress party and we were all invited!! It's become a tradition of mine to always wear my hotdog costume at parties... The hotdog ...
... kind of like states) that are sub-divided into about 335 municipalities (kind of like counties). She explained that each departamento is headed by a governor appointed by the president, and that each municipality within each dept is governed by a municipal council and a mayor, who is directly elected by the people. So it was comparible to the US gov.
... was pretty sure we would be having a quick meal a couple of drinks and heading to bed for an early night…. What happened next was far from this.
I look up to see guns at the window and hear gunshots, my heart began to race and I started to sweat, my breathing quickened and a million thoughts were going through my brain. Within just a few quick seconds our little shuttle bus carrying 12 gringos had been hijacked at gun point and we were being taken hostage. As our ...
... it turned out, I was indeed the only one taking the shuttle to Antigua. As usual, it was late. Probably forty minutes this time, though I was a little more reassured that it would arrive, as the shuttle bus agent was also waiting to speak to the driver.
When the shuttle turned up, I was a bit surprised to find that it was a little compact car with just enough room to store my backpack in the boot. I'm not sure what would have happened if half a dozen ...
We wake up to an early beaming sunlight after a few interruptions. Guys who were suppose to be leaving at around 4am were either not ready or they had the wrong hostel and staff were flicking the lights on and yelling out for some bloke called Tyler. Not sure if they found him but the antics were going on for a while before I could get back to sleep. I ducked up the corner and grabbed milk for breakfast, only for Leesh to tell us she had ...