Pension Bonifaz Hotel

Address: 4 St 10-50, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 4 St 10-50, Quetzaltenango.
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    Travel Blogs from Quetzaltenango

    Yoga, rain and smoking gods in the Mayan highlands

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 13, 2015

    33 photos

    ... beneath his tie. It was unlike anything we have ever seen before. Our time spent at the lake had been relaxing and filled with interesting cultural quirks, yet the thing that remained consistent throughout had been the almost continuous deluge of rain. So it was with great irony that it was only whilst our chicken bus bumped around the death-defying turns of the local semi-paved roads on its way to Quetzltenango that the sky cleared and we could see the lake in its full ...

    Sardines

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 11, 2015

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    ... is therefore a foodie, kept going on about how great the desserts were, so we ended up having dessert as well. We were completely bloated now! It was after 10pm now and we jumped into tuk tuk to take us to the hotel. At the hotel we were greeted by an old man who didn't speak English, he just merely showed us to a room, took our payment for the night and left us. We realised a short while later that he hadn't given us a door key, but were shattered so collapsed for the ...

    Lake Lounger

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 22, 2015

    17 photos

    ... plenty of sun screen and the barest minimum amount of money (more about that later), I set off to follow the road around the lake.

    Although technically it is a road, it's more of a country lane with little traffic and undulated gently around the side of the lake. There were a few occasions with genuinely steep parts where you notice it is slightly more difficult to get your breath back due to the altitude, however the spectacular scenery more than made up ...

    Back to Guatemala - Land of the tongue twister

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 19, 2015

    13 photos

    ... with its myriad of tunnels through the alps. If there is a mountain here and you want to get past it, then you drive up and over or go all the way around it. The best way I could describe the steepness of the mountains and the roads that are carved into them, is if you compare them with the Norwegian fjords.

    Without the water.

    Because that is as close to a comparison as you will get. Imagine a drained fjord with the steep sides and a road ...

    Home stay in San Juan, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by phil-marie2010 on Jan 02, 2015

    31 photos

    ... fire which the mother was taking care of. We played with the two children in the evening and the little boy, called Eric who was two years old, managed to work my Iphone and look at photographs. The rest of the evening we watched the mother weave the traditional textiles and learnt how to say thank you in Sutuhil, 'methios'. It was late when we went to bed but it seemed like the family was still up a lot later, even the ...