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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Hola! So from Cartagena we flew to Bogota, the capital of Columbia and the biggest city we've been to so far, with a population of over 8 million! David picked us up at the airport and drove us to his beautiful apartment then out to meet Ellie for lunch. Over the following 5 days in Bogota the two of them truly spoiled us with amazing sights and beautiful food - the highlight of which was gourmet Columbian food at a nearby restaurant owned by a ...
... can see most of the city from there, it looks so small like a model village, and the altitude is a little more than 3150 metres. After our visit Anna and I went to a highly recommended French tapas restaurant. Our guide from the graffiti tour had said it was one of his favourite places to have lunch, and it was excellent. We arrived just at the right moment as soon afterwards it became very busy ...
... hotel for a much deserved rest. That night we dined in a delicious closed-door Mexican restaurant, again coming with a good deal of recommendations. Agave Azul was our favorite restaurant that we visited in Bogota because we enjoyed the concept and the food was tasty. The restaurant only has 5 tables normally, and so, because we had booked at the last minute, they set up an extra table in the only available corner of the living room, near the ...
... in Salento were:
- A local restaurant in the main square of town, with hundreds of wine bottles hanging from the roof in a cool design, where for dinner with Julia I ate delicious trout (which the area is famous for), in a garlic sauce and with a "super patacon" (ie a giant fried plantain).
- Brunch Café – an American-owned café that has movie nights and serves an extremely rich peanut butter brownie.
... time to pick back up the tourist trail and start hitting up some churches, including Iglesia de San Ignacio, Iglesia Nuestra Senora del Carmen - a red and white striped church - and the San Agustin temple. By chance this led us to near the President's Palace which I briefly got a glimpse at before being asked to move on; it seems people can be around the area (after passing through small checkpoints) but you become a security risk if you stand still! Opposite the President's palace is ...