Costa Real Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Babysitting service
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... chicken breast, ham, cheese, lettuce and tomatoes and a delicious sauce that I think was mayo and tomato with garlic. I could only eat half but the rest would make a great lunch or snack for later.
Back at the airport I met with Rodrigo and he took me outside the terminal to get his payment. I told him that first I would check in and when I had my boarding pass, I would pay him and Juan. He took me back into the check-in desk and bypassed the long line of ...
... to have four honour guards,two at the front and two at the back.The honour guards are dressed in old colonial uniforms with red trousers,black boots with spurs,blue jackets with gold braiding on the chest,black cavalry hats and gleaming silver swords held unsheathed in their right hands.Gerardo comments that they are not professional as they keep twitching and looking around with their eyes.He feels that Simon Bolivar is no longer respected as he should be and he blames Hugo ...
... happens in any country.) Going through the baggage control, she got funny looks from staff and her bottle confiscated and I didn´t, even though I had more water in my bottle. Later, in the shop, when we were buying perfume, we met a lovely Columbian lady who showed us all the perfumes and then when we came back to buy it she was busy so we ended up buying it from someone else and she acted like an angry cat towards Andri. It seems to be the way here. If you´re ...
... flags of the Latin america countries, then to a canon over looking part of the city. After this we walked straight into the 'castle' where Chaves's tomb (i guess you would call it) is kept, this was guarded by 5 guards who had to stand still like the English ones, while we all walked around his grave and paid our respects. The locals were tearing up and taking photo's, they were all so proud of him and what he had achieved. It was a ...
Got into the Maquietía airport about 40 minutes ago or so and went through customs which weren't a big problem. Just a few random questions from the guy who wasn’t the most welcoming, but wasn’t overtly hostile or anything. Not bad. Then another 20 minutes or so waiting for my bags to come out of the bag pickup area. (For the record, I came in with my US passport and it took a couple ...