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

    A day of no pictures! Crazy!

    A travel blog entry by swithrow on May 29, 2015

    ... the folk dances." It was just around 9:45 or so at this time and I was pretty sure that the dances weren't until 10:30 or so. I was right.

    So, I got to listen to a presentation on some of the benefits of typical foods here. It was a panel of people speaking on the topic. After this, a local school of training chefs prepared a variety of typical dishes to Guatemala. You could go through and buy some if you wanted. I didn't buy ...

    The coolest god in the world

    A travel blog entry by 7800miles on Feb 26, 2015

    6 photos

    ... kinda like a Jesus except he smokes and drinks... all the time. Offerings of cigarettes or alcohol are highly appreciated. Apparently, Maximon is placed in the care of a shaman's family for a year and it's all super secret. Every year, to keep the church off the trail, a "procession" with all the accouterments spontaneously erupts and goes about town with a saint on a box. Well, turns out the box is special. In any case, everyone turned out happy: the Spanish ...

    Back to Guatemala - Land of the tongue twister

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 19, 2015

    13 photos

    ... travel company. He asked each of us for our accommodation addresses and very decently dropped us off right at each of the respective front doors.

    It was only the night before that I had sorted some accommodation for Xela and had a bit of difficulty getting a room using the usual internet sources. I' m not sure what the issue was, although festivals was mentioned, but I did notice the next morning walking around that there are a lot of Spanish language schools here. ...

    San Juan. Lake Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by swkemp on Jan 14, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... 0.33 US dollars per lb of cherries picked. One cherry yields 2 seeds. A floatations process sorts the green and black (overripe) cherries from the red cherries. The flesh is removed by a series of rollers leaving the two seeds in an outer parchment layer. Beans are left to ferment for 36 hours prior to sun drying for 5 days. During drying the beans are continually raked every hour. The dried beans with parchment (shell) are packed in 150 lb bags for shipment ...

    In Your Eyes

    A travel blog entry by byheartandfoot on Jan 02, 2015

    ... spirit to show me my power because I have so many passions in life. And my questions have been answered. In my touch, my dance, and my song I free myself. Thru freeing myself I free others. This beautiful man, Michael, introduced me to Contact Dancing and Acro Yoga...and I discovered new ways to massage and explore the boundaries of myself. And over the New Year celebrations I realized that this is my power, these three things. ...