Filadelfia Coffee Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... chicken sandwich and some plantain with chocolate sauce. Turns out it wasn't chicken, just some sort of breadcrumbed patty thing and the chocolate was horrible. We thought about having a few drinks in the hostel but it seemed pretty dead, yet later as we were trying to sleep we soon discover it wasn't, with the music getting pretty loud. Not the best nights sleep, but what can you expect in a party hostel, if only it was a bit ...
... On day one we hiked for roughly 5 hours to base camp at 3500m. This was tough, especially the first half an hour which does wonders for your morale! However, we knew the next morning was the hardest part. We underestimated just how hard this would be. After a 4am wake up call to hike up to the crater for sunrise neither of us thought we were going to make it, we were certainly on the edge of quitting. Somehow though we got to the top, hiking through the darkness for 2 hours ...
... 2,552m) which is an active volcano, located 25km of Antigua. Most agencies charge Q60 for transport and guide. Besides that, itīs necessary to pay the admission fee in the amount of Q50 per person because Pacaya has been pronounced a national park. We decided not to climb up the Pacaya Volcano from the following reasons:
- After the last eruption (2013) no flowing lava can be seen.
- Many tourists climb the volcano every single day.
- Itīs ...
... where they know how to cook steak
Sunday was another fun day, albeit with an early start. We got picked up at about 6am to go to Volcan Pacaya. The volcano was about an hour from town. Once there we started the walk up accompanied by a guide. No police escort but they are there. It was only 4k's and not too steep. The volcano last erupted in March, and part of me wanted it to erupt again while we were there. On the way up ...
... a place called ‘Casa Del Mundo’ for Breakfast. It was an awesome little spot, and we nabbed a table on a balcony overlooking the water. I had an absolutely massive double breakfast burrito, with fried tofu instead of egg, and about 3 of the ‘bottomless’ coffees that were included. It was so good, and probably enough to feed me for about 3 meals in reality. Major food coma time. Suffice to say I didn’t feel like walking up ...