Antigua Belen, Bed and Breakfast

Address: Carrera 31 # 17 - 22 San Alonso, Bucaramanga, Colombia | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Carrera 31 # 17 - 22 San Alonso, Bucaramanga.
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      Travel Blogs from Bucaramanga

      On to Bucaramanga

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jan 03, 2015

      We got up this morning, had our last breakfast at the resort, and then went down to the beach for about an hour to enjoy it just one last time. At 11:30am we had to come back up to the rooms to get our stuff packed up and get ready to leave. We had lunch at the resort and then hit the road by about 1:30pm.


      It was supposed to be an eight hour drive to Bucaramanga from Santa Marta, but it ended up taking ten hours. There ...

      Cain talks with Abel

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 13, 2014

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      ... shrub or tree imprisons that explosive Energy in pre-established shapes, molds it according to patterns established through many centuries. All those memories are so powerful as to compel the explosive Energy to surrender to their compressive Energy, and to be used by it in order to perpetuate the species. The species evolve in time by adaptation to modified factors, but only within small margins. The new varieties are adapted specimens. The non-adapted go ...

      22nd - 29th Jan - La Mojarra

      A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Jan 22, 2014

      20 photos

      ... and Damien before they left for the Carribean coast. I tried what was the most striking line I had seen at La Mojarra so far, a 5.11c which was so picturesque, but it felt way harder than 5.11c (Fr6C+) after a few falls I managed to get to the top, most certainly reach dependant, but fun none the less.

      Over the next few days me Alejandra and Matt would climb together, and I had a blast with everyone at the hostel. Climbed 6 out of 7 days, including ...

      Tantra, baby

      A travel blog entry by jenifertravels on Jun 05, 2013

      ... In his eye. I get the sense that's more his Colombian blood than anything but either way, I'm acutely aware of not having a boyfriend to take me off the Tantra market. I wiggle my way out of it by joking "you don't advertise that additional service on a your website..." He backs off. But Julien teases me, convinced my life will be changed after one night with a Tantra master. I'm almost a little afraid to find out, happy to keep the bodily contortions restricted to my yoga ...

      Welcome to Venezuela !!

      A travel blog entry by frenchguy on Jun 15, 2012

      ... the bus at the border in order to get my passport stamped while leaving Colombia ; crossed the border ; walked over the bridge and the 6 blocks further for getting a Venezuela entrance stamp (yeah, country number 76 !) ; in that way met a Colombian girl Tatiana who was working in San Cristobal. Am now in Venezuela, 30 minutes less time difference !!

      c) Found another US school bus taking me to San Cristobal : 2 hours trip (to ...