Dann Combeima Ibague

Cra 2 No.12 - 37, Ibague, Colombia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Cra 2 No.12 - 37, Ibague.
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    Travel Blogs from Ibague

    La Zona Cafetera de Colombia

    A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia on Mar 21, 2014

    49 photos

    ... by Cali. We stayed in a cute hostel next to a park where families gather during the day for games and lunch and the young crowds come at night to play music and make-out. The park is high on a hill and had great views of the city. We didn't do much sightseeing while in Cali but got a Spanish tutor and spent most of our time relaxing in the park and studying our Espaņol.
    We were really sad to have to leave Colombia. It is such a beautiful ...

    Small Colorful Town Amidst Stunning Mountains

    A travel blog entry by lairsho on Nov 28, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... green grass and many varieties of trees, the most magnificent being the Colombian Palm tree, the tallest palm tree in the world. Even with the rain and mud, I was so glad we tackled this hike. It is listed as around a 5 hour trek, but we stopped so often to take pictures, spent some time watching the hummingbirds, and alas, we are old and slow, so it was a 7 hour hike for us, well worth the time. The next day we walked downhill for over ...

    Bumping into an Old Friend in Zona Cafetera

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Sep 26, 2013

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... we were given in-depth information about the process of growing, roasting, and preparing coffee. We learned about the two main types of coffee: arabica (lots of flavor, less caffeine, more expensive to produce), and robusta (lots of caffeine, less flavor, cheaper to produce). Our guide, an English man who grew up in Australia and co-owns the plantation with his wife, also told us about the industry's shift to growing genetically altered coffee plants, ...

    Coffee Break

    A travel blog entry by marshaonthemove on Jun 27, 2013

    66 photos

    ... equates to heaven if you are a coffee lover like I am. These green rolling hills are covered in coffee farms and a fresh, true cup of coffee is right at your fingertips. But donīt expect it to be dirt cheap! It's worth it to pay the producers what they deserve for their hard work, and you will get the quality 'Colombian Coffee' you so desire. We stopped in the small town of Salento and felt a big change from the big city. The locals here enjoy life at a slow pace, which ...

    Tra La La'ing in Salento...

    A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on May 06, 2013

    17 photos

    ... 4/5km trek to a Humming bird sanctuary. It was probably one of the easiest treks to follow to date, and was incredibly scenic, but seriously muddy.

    We made it too the sanctuary come "rip the gringos off" cafe in 2hrs well under the advised timing. I had only managed to fall twice at this point... Once I was left hanging onto a suspension bridge hoping I'd be able to get back on my feet without slipping OFF the bridge, and the second ...