GHL Comfort Hotel Costa Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today. Was. Awesome. We started out with a great breakfast at the hotel, right next to the massive pool, and with a view of the beach. It was beautiful. We finished breakfast and headed out into the town of Santa Marta. We got a taxi to La Quinta de San Pedro, which is where Simon Bolivar lived and died. It was interesting to see where he lived, …
I got up this morning after another great night’s sleep at Colombia at Home. This has been a brilliant place to stay. I can’t wait to come back here someday. I packed up my stuff and checked out and then went into the city. I’d been told that I needed to check out the Museo del Oro (Gold Museum), so I made sure to get there today …
... heart was removed and placed in another crypt directly in front of the altar in this little church, directly below the cuppola. I took photos of the plaques and monuments.
That evening we had dinner at one of our favorite places, a bar called Hemingway's. Apparently Ernest traveled here in addition to Spain and Havana, Cuba. Lots of photos of Hemingway and Fidel Castro on the wall. Che was ...
I think Tayrona National Park used to have a bit of the air of Alex Garland's (or Leonardo DiCaprio's) The Beach about it, a somewhat difficult-to-get-to (i.e. you have to walk) secluded beach paradise (just) off the beaten path. Except it was real, and you didn't have to swim a huge sea channel and evade shady weed farmers to get to it. Now the secret is very much out, everyone and their grandma on the Caribbean coast was going there, but I'm of the opinion ...
... had been separated from all of the younger crowd but was assured this was just for the drive to the base. We were actually quite lucky in this instance as we got a 4x4 rather than a truck.
We stopped for food enroute for a delicious plate of plantain, rice and sloppy beans, and of course some unidentified dark meat. It was then that I realised I wouldn't be eating a lot over the next few days, especially as my strategically purchased trek bars had been stolen out of my ...