San Fernando

Address: Cra 7a.No.37-60, Pereira, Colombia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Cra 7a.No.37-60, Pereira.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Pereira

Medellín Part 6 of 2: Leaving Medellín

A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 24, 2014

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... said goodbye to my host family, took a picture, and we set off.

It was pretty obvious why it was a bad idea to walk that stretch in the middle of the night. It crossed a little river, on the banks of which a precarious, impromptu shantytown has been built. In many places in Latin America and Brazil, people take whatever materials they can find and build a home on whatever land they can find. That was the story here. Out of necessity these ...

I rode a Willy and it wasn't big enough!

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on May 05, 2014

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... a much bigger appreciation for where my coffee comes from! 70% of Colombia's coffee beans are exported and the locals are left with the second grade stuff, and the harvest periods are March/April/May and October/November/December. Whilst hanging on to the outside of the jeep was enjoyable on our way out to the farm, it wasn't going to be so pleasant in the thunder + lightening + rain that started up just as we ...

Salento

A travel blog entry by headingout on Jan 11, 2014

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... and beer in the morning. This is not a good scenario. So,gladys and Jessica go on the hunt for some medicine. We head back to the restaurant where the lady fixes up some potion. I drink it down (yuck, I think it was baking soda, lime, and something else). It helped for awhile...enough to get back to the hotel and get some other meds. It ended well and I felt better in the mroning. Enjoy the ...

Tejo, Wax Palm 'Trees, and Salsa

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Oct 31, 2013

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We walked to Brunch because it was a short distance from our hostel. When we arrived, the first thing I noticed was the writing all over the walls. There were signatures and comments on the restaurant from people all over the world. Our waiter, Ivan, spoke English and told us how he ...

Coffee farms and tall wax palms in Valle de Cocora

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john on Aug 04, 2013

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... need the whole day rather than a few hours if you wanted to do the whole trek there and back. Still it was a nice trek as you are going up for the first section of the walk, you do get to see the tall wax palm trees. I would still recommend a visit there, as some of the scenery is stunning. We walked back down to the start of the trek and made it back about 4.30pm, so just in time for the jeep to take us back to Cocora. We had to wait in the jeep until 5pm even tho it was full up ...