Hotel Andes Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... Vergara's younger sister is - although there are plenty of people who could be her.
Busy with the book but I had a night out last night at an expensive and trendy place overlooking the park. There was big disco party upstairs with everyone singing, a large group of bicycles went by with fancy dress for holloween (which seems to be big here).
A bit later motorbike group revved ...
... t drink wine or beer. A remarkable woman who gets quite cross if she speaks about Farc or politicians and gentle if she speaks about animals. They are her life. The internet connection is a prepaid Claro box. I go to the petrolstation to make a prepayment but find out the thing is not activated. That can only been done by the shop where the box was bought, which is in Bogota. So for the time being I have no internet. Which is bad because I need to find out about storing ...
... in a private room with bath that cost us all of $25 per night.
It got a C- rating from Liz.
Tonight we are in the Holiday Inn near the airport with a room that meets Liz's standards.
Only cost us $163. Almost 7 nights at Arlin's grotty hangouts!!!
We visited the Museo del Oro yesterday and walked around the old town area called Candelaria.
Museo del Oro has a very ...
... particular, exerted political, economic and social influence in Colombia during this period. These cartels also financed and influenced different illegal armed groups throughout the political spectrum. Some enemies of these allied with the guerrillas and created or influenced paramilitary groups. In recent years, the country ...
... system, taking 3 buses out of the city to visit the famous the Cathedral de Sal (Salt Cathedral) built 180metres underground. We remained underground for almost 3 hours exploring the 14 chapels built entirely of salt - that gives you an idea of the size of the structure!
Back at the hostel we were happy to see the group of 20 Colombian 16year girls old checkout, which meant we were in for a peaceful ...