Hotel de la Opera
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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ogotá, Colômbia: estivemos aqui 3 vezes. Para chegar,
voltando do Caribe e voltando da zona cafeteira e voando para o Brasil. Sempre
estivemos ciceroneados e protegidos por um Anjo, Justine, a sobrinha de nossa
amiga Gloria, que acabamos adotando como netinha, e a quem esperamos receber
aqui no Brasil também. Nunca havíamos viajado …
... a good thing I didn´t spend my semester abroad in this country… although much is made of the sensuous Colombian women, many of the men we ran across were EXTREMELY attractive and I imagine I might have got myself into some trouble being surrounded by all that gorgeousness. After lunch we walked down to the main plaza, which was filled with millions of pigeons and a fantastic view of the main cathedral with the hills in the background. Since ...
... roof tile from the event, as well as an array of guns, uniforms and medals. However, probably the most surprising artifact in the collection was an Essex Police badge!
We wanted to get out of La Candelaria so joined an excellent bike tour to explore further afield. Interesting sights included a tropical fruit market, a redundant bull ring, professional street art, a micro coffee producer, urban parks and ...
... 2,600m above sea level in the Columbian Andes region. We rented an apartment in El Retiro district, it was great to have our own space and do some cooking! This was the first time we had eaten home cooked meals in several months so we really enjoyed the home comforts of our apartment.
Our good friends from Mexico, Monica and Rodolfo, insisted we visit the famous Andres de Carne restaurant in Chia, 45 minutes drive outside of the city. It is hard to describe, but if you ...
... home with lush gardens. She showed us all around with boundless enthusiasm, growing beans, bananas, sweet peppers, squash, yucca, peanut, basil, eggplant, cashews and marijuana. She and her hubby, a real nice laid back dude, have more fields higher in the mountains where they grow cacao that they use to make cocoa butter, salves and raw chocolate that they sell.
She talked to us all about her operation, sold us some of the chocolate, not before we got to taste ...