Crowne Plaza Tequendama
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... giggle over plus other paintings by Picasso, Dali etc. I know we are coming here tomorrow so only did one floor but saw the things I'd been waiting for. I did a first of getting the audio guide and walked back to the hotel feeling very worthy but of course got very lost in all the winding cobbled alleyways.
I love this place! Cote D'Ivoire is a distant ...
... walking up to 10 different types of dogs at once. The Colombians are very into their dogs, the vast majority are really well looked after. Not a bad place I don’t think to pick if you have to be a stray dog.
Despite the slowness of the convoy, something like 20 km or so, we had finished it by 8.45am. Ended at a Terpel Gas station and our route instructions for the day started from here. Only fault was that Cristiano and Anna had gone ...
... It made my sickness worse but it was worth it. One of my friends told me pitaya, a type of dragon fruit, is really good for the stomach when your sick so I ate the whole thing. Nice joke. All the fruits I chose to eat are diuretics. And when I asked her why she told me that she just laughed. Not cool. She then told me, "well it's good for clearing out the stomach." Yeah, thanks. I took some Imodium and ate some saltines, and by ...
Wednesday was also a day with some culture in it. I met up with Ina for ice cream and then we went to visit Pablo Neruda's (6) house (he had three houses, one of which is in Santiago). The house is really three buildings linked by paths through the yard. A place to spend lots of time outside. The house was nice, he put a lot of thought into the furnishings and decorations, mostly objects ...
... just the surface of a behind the scenes power play for control of the city.
I wandered into a small colonial building on the corner of the square, with a strange name – La Casa del Florero (the house of the flowerpot). I learned that in 1810, the Criollos (people of Spanish descent, born in Colombia) had an altercation with the Spaniards in this house, over a flower pot -- one of many incidents which led ...