Hotel de la Opera
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... fun walking along the famous seventh avenue (carrera septima), which is a pedestrian walkway that goes from Street 24 to Bolivar's square. On Christmas day the road was completely shut down to traffic and turned into a biking and walking only zone. All the families were out walking around, or riding their bikes. There were also many street venders out. We had a very nice day! ...
... to grow. Will we buy the tickets in time? It doesn't seem like it will happen when all of a sudden a worker points to Ximena and tells her and the rest of the line behind her to follow her to the next ticket booth. Thank you Lord! We are able to purchase the tickets and find our way to the next line to head up by cable car. What an impressive work of transportation. We enjoy the quick ride up overlooking ...
From the jungle onto the the Metropolis, we fly from Iquitos to Bogota. Not thinking we were going to make it through customs, we are back to civilisation. We get a cab, they have no working seat belts, the cab driver is driving fast. We arrive to La Candelaria, arrive at Hostel Sue, where the security guard has a gun. Not blinking an eyelid, we just accept that he has this for our protection. Eeekkk! It's pouring with rain, and the lovely lady at the hostel takes us to check into the ...
... soft caramel that you eat with a spoon, and then some kind of white cheese, that doesn’t really taste of much on its own. Luz Mery had a canoli kind of thing filled with ariquipe. That looked pretty good too.
We started heading back into the city at about 5:30pm, but we hit some crazy traffic coming through the mountains in La Calera. It was cool to see a different part of the city, and to ...
... where to go - get on the M7 1 stop and then take the M80. As we're waiting a guy tells Nick to be careful with the camera - hold on to it tight. Makes us nervous but also feel like what a nice guy. I had been using the camera all morning and I never felt targeted or cornered. Though we always have each other's backs.
We get off and on the right bus. We leave and it's very obviously the old part of town. Cool a plaza! Hey it's the right stop! We get off at the ...