Art Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After waking to a very damp, cold, & misty morning, we headed out of camp with the promise of a roof over our heads, a comfy bed, & the hope of a laundry! Right turn out of camp, with no time to warm up, the accent started. It may not have been as severe as yesterday's start, however, it seemed more effort was required. Fortunately, after …
... views of the city, and the rest of the afternoon was spent exploring town. We found the best espresso, and cheapest we have come across. But a highlight was talking to a gentlemen outside his shop on the plaza. He was a Venezuelan who just fled the country, arriving a week ago. He spoke perfect English having studied at the Berkley music academy and then living in New York. Sad how bad the situation is in Venezuela. We had to spend a day ...
... keys for the doors... He managed to find one, a room with literally room for bed, bags and room for you to open and close the door, we also thought the last time the bedding had seen a washing machine was probably 2002. Not the best find, but in this state we had to take it. We quickly left to fix problem number two and luckily found a lovely restaurant which solved the hanger and even had a live "musician" who was even "singing" in English. Unfortunately we couldn't stay here ...
... radio. As you enter into each exhibit, there are staff to take you around and show and explain things to you. In the first the three I explored on my own as I think they realized I didn't speak Spanish. The physics exhibit didn't have a lot of English but the others did. There were many hands on activities with which I could play. The food exhibit was interesting as they had some large blown up pictures from a book called "For Hungry Planet: What the World Eats". ...
... Escobar era seemed to be erased and they have certainly reinvented the city into a beautiful metropolitan area with plenty of things to do and see. You could easily spend much longer than we have to really explore its beauty, but it's time for the Noble juggernaut to continue and change the hot climate attire for the brisk temperatures of the nations capital. But first, we had the long bus ride to make it through. The trip was a scenic as expected as the bus ...