Apartahotel San Juan del Lago

Address: Carrera 7 No 25-34, Pereira, 32, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carrera 7 No 25-34, Pereira.
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    Travel Blogs from Pereira

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    A travel blog entry by the_journey on Apr 26, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    This blog is for my hiking buddies. I look forward to my visits to Pereira because I have a soul mate here who loves to hike. We have hiked together for at least 3 years now and through her I have come to enjoy this part of Colombia. Pereira is in the coffee zone of Colombia. It is mountainous, green and lush. And COOL! That is, not as hot as Bucaramanga and certainly not oppressively hot as ...

    Yes, country for old men

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Dec 03, 2014

    21 photos

    ... that consisted of the biggest burger I've ever eaten (so far), and something called 'biscuits in gravy'. Classic American skurf. We have this food in England. It's called 'Soggy Farley's rusk covered your first attempt a white sauce'. It's much nicer than it sounds and a taste of things to come when I hit the states. This was not a normal order and one of the regulars came over and told me if I ate all that, I'd be sick. I wasn't. Obviously. What a knob. ...

    Salento to the Salt Church to Bogota, good stuff

    A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on Oct 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... free for two hours. It was Sunday, that didn't help. It turned out that our driver worked in the emerald business for 40 years, very interesting chat with him.

    We knew the Salt Church was going to be touristy, our driver told us that it didn't matter, we must see it. As we dropped off with many other Colombian tourists, then waited in a Disney like line up, I groaned a bit. As soon as we entered the old mine shaft, which had been in operation for 400 years, the air cooled and I ...

    Medellín Part 6 of 2: Leaving Medellín

    A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 24, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Valle de Cocora, and on to Armenia

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Aug 23, 2014

    14 photos

    ... surrounded by beautiful flowers, which attracted loads of hummingbirds. If we’d known, we could have skipped the hike up to the other house and just come here!

    The strange thing about La Montana is that they were making no money at all. They weren’t selling drinks or postcards or anything. It was just a really nice house that had dozens of travelers walking through every day. It seems really strange they are ...