Hotel Los Pasos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Los Pasos Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... at the beauty that is Antigua awakening in the morning, birds singing, clouds encircling Volcan Aqua and of course coffee! Met up with Sonja at Fernando's and Skyed my sister Sheri! Too cool! Met up with my amiga Fabi for lunch, chat and a nice walk around town! Met my travel group-16 of us from UK, Canada, Scotland and Germany! We're off to Honduras this morning so will post more from ...
... to eat at Cafe Boheme and were rewarded by a personalised song by that worker. It was cute. At dinner time we chatted with Luis who educated us about the property market here in Antigua. Who knew that some of these little places were going for US$1.5m?? In between the photos and the eating I squeezed in a zumba class. The teach was a little serious but I loved it anyways, miss my zumba classes. I couldn't convince Hinesh to come with, he did T25 instead *yawn* ha ...
... murals and paintings. The guac and margaitas were delicious, but the margaritas weren't strong enough for my liking. I had the poblano relleno (stuffed pepper) and it was pretty tasty. I love the hot sauces and the spices in jars that are found at every table in Guatemala. They gave the dishes a real kick.
Sadly, no one wanted to go out to a cafe bar on our last night in Guatemala. In Guatemala, you have to distinguish whether you are going to a cafe bar=drinking bar or a ...
... to negotiate but the old hag wasn’t having any of it. Eventually we walked round her attempt to block the path, only for her to turn into Linford Christie and blast it back down the hill to then lock this door across the path – yes this woman was now in fact trying to lock us up a mountain!! Hahaha
Didn’t exactly know how to respond to this – jut was more interested to see how the situation panned out as it definitely helped being in a group ...
... kindly gave me some of his remaining Guatemalan currency so that I could in Fernando’s Kaffe get a crepe with mushroom for Q 35 / NZ $ 5.40 / US $ 4.40 (included the tip) for breakfast.
The hotel had complementary coffee available so that side was covered.