San Fernando

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

Mariquita to Salento

A travel blog entry by robdelmar on Mar 26, 2014

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... away. Our hostel is the Estrella de Agua. I read that its a short stroll from the center, and it is, down a very steep hill. First left turn and there it is. Apparently everyone was staying here for the bank holiday but have now checked out so we are the only guests tonight. I booked an ensuite double and we have the choice of a king size room or a normal double. The polite receptionist recommends the normal double as you can sometimes hear footsteps on the ...

Coffee. It's big business here.

A travel blog entry by headingout on Jan 11, 2014

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... are vendors, of the tent variety. Much less expensive than buying inside the park. We browsed, bought some things, and then ate some empanadas at a little street vendor. That is where we met the boy in the red shirt. Señorito was very persistent. He knew for sure that I needed to have a new bracelet made from coffee beans. I didn't share his sentiment. He kept loitering near us, trying to get me to talk to him. Finally, he said he was listening to us (in fact later ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 22, 2013

... amp; few window washers, though nothing has beaten the 3 guys stood on each others shoulders each juggling knives!

Bus dropped me off near a footbridge for the 10 min walk to the terminal – grabbed a coffee while waiting for the bus to Armenia and shared my croissants with a nice Belgian girl I met there.

Journey duration estimates ranged from 7 hours from the ticket seller, 7-8 hours the driver and 7-9 hours in LP – turns out it ...

La Serrana, Salento

A travel blog entry by bellashauna on Oct 05, 2013

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... pounds, because his focus is more on maintaining the natural balance of the land.

After a hearty vegetarian lunch prepared by Pedro's wife, we continued on to the coffee portion of the tour. He led us to a small shack on a hill above the house where he makes his coffee, coffee he only sells to guests that come or a tour. In old-fashioned machines he de-shelled the beans and roasted them. When roasted he placed them on a large wooden platter ...


A travel blog entry by lisannelee on Jun 09, 2013

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... with myself because even though I don't feel that I have been ripped off since I got to Colombia, I feel that if I could just communicate in Spanish, then I would spend a hell of a lot less money. Also, I mean everyone it appears (except me) can speak Spanish and no one in South America (or at least not in Colombia anyway) can speak English.

So far from what I have seen in Colombia, women here in Colombia are ...