Antigua café

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While in Antigua, Guatemala, in November ’10, my travel partner, Eilieen, and I had a delightful lunch at Café Condesa (Central Park, 5a Avenida Norte, Numero 4, La Antigua; phone/fax [502] 7832 0338 or e-mail lastrescondesas@hotmail.com), which was recommended by another ITN subscriber (Aug. ’10, pg. 46). I had carried a copy of the recommendation with me and gave it to the manager, who was delighted to have it.

We ate very good food in a courtyard with a fountain tinkling next to our table. Lovely! For both food and beverage, the charge for my meal came through at $13.65.

DORI PORTNER
Larkspur, CA

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While in Antigua, Guatemala, in November ’10, my travel partner, Eilieen, and I had a delightful lunch at Café Condesa (Central Park, 5a Avenida Norte, Numero 4, La Antigua; phone/fax [502] 7832 0338 or e-mail lastrescondesas@hotmail.com), which was recommended by another ITN subscriber (Aug. ’10, pg. 46). I had carried a copy of the recommendation with me and gave it to the manager, who was delighted to have it.

We ate very good food in a courtyard with a fountain tinkling next to our table. Lovely! For both food and beverage, the charge for my meal came through at $13.65.

DORI PORTNER
Larkspur, CA