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... on its menu. It's kind of a big deal here. It also was the second place to have carpaccio. Coincidence? No. There were more restaurants that list carpaccio - I've never been to a Latin American country that had carpaccio has a common menu item. It's an italian dish of raw meat served thin.
After walking around to calle Once and the plaza de Bolivar - huge square surrounded by Cathedral and government buildings. I was taking a lot of photos when this ...
... that it’s almost incredible.
Equally amazing are the two museums we have been to, both for the quantity of works on display and the fact that they are completely free of charge: the Botero Museum and the Museum of Gold. The names already speaks for themselves: for the first one, the perhaps most famous artist of all of Colombia donated a huge amount of paintings and sculptures and so we spent a couple of hours admiring the fat view of life, so to speak, ...
... of ceremonial importance to the Muiscans -- but which now, is literally under water, the valley having been flooded in the 1960's to build the Tomine reservoir for water control and purification for the city of Bogota. (Apparently, on a calm day, you can still see the Church 's steeple in the water from a boat).
2) the new town of Guatavita -- built in the 1960's for the displaced citizens of Old Guatavita -- kind of eery, because every building looks nearly the ...
... on his heart. “The travel is just for me" he said. He did take pictures and keep a journal though. As any explorer should. When asked how long he would be in Colombia he said “as long as necessary”. When I asked where he would be tomorrow he shook his head: “ No plans…” he said.
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... you didn't really know where you were going or what you were doing most of the time, and you barely slept. Now that you're a sophomore, you have all that under your belt! You know how to navigate campus, you know how to save a table in the cafeteria without stealing someone else's, and your body is a whole year older and begs to be put to bed before 4 a.m.
Well, I ...
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