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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... they are right downtown. I came away with the info and their booking website. The school allows you to pick what you would like to learn to cook...a main dish, 2 side dishes and dessert. I chose Chiles Rellenos de pollo, a dish with veggies, chicken and roasted jalapeños. Terri was also joining me this evening, a principal from Seattle, Washington. She wanted to learn how to make Jocón, a stew/soup type dish using only green vegetables. The 2 ...
... I was eying and he just kept saying "you are doing awesome Candice, I'm so proud of you! " and "look, we are so close, you are doing an amazing job!" And "Candice don't cry? I'm here for you!" And he took it slow with me. Like wow. What an amazing man! When we made it to the top it was sooo stinken cold that I think we sat for 3 minutes tops! I was crying and all of a sudden this dog appeared out of no where and gave me kisses, it was like a movie! Anthony me and this dog ...
... blocks or more in each direction. Nowadays it's protected as a UNESCO world heritage site, so even though the likes of McDonald's and Domino's Pizza have moved in to satisfy the tourists that descend on Antigua, the buildings are tastefully converted and don't have the garish signs outside them. McDonalds here is actually quite nice, it has a large courtyard garden with patio chairs and tables that would be more at home in a ...
... and it was rough, but I'm pretty sure I'm a baby. At the bottom they offer horses to take you to the top. I would suggest it if you're anything like me. The top looks something like Mordor from Lord of the Rings and we roasted marshmellows in the heat. The best part was running down the dunes on the other side...
Now, off to San Pedro at Lake Atitlan....
Adrian and I decided it would be fun to go to Antigua for a day before he had to head back to Mexico. (I forgot to mention in the last post that he had been travelling in Mexico and took a flight down to Guate for 5 days, and then he was headed back to México.)
The bus ride to Antigua, an ancient Guatemalan city turned tourist attraction, is stunning: mountains, volcanoes, valleys, clouds, jungle, forest, all make up the view. Antigua itself is ...