Hotel el Campin
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... courtyard where horses used to drink, we saw many rare tapestries and vases and furniture that were used for special occasions. What an informative and interesting visit. Thank you Freddy and Laura for arranging the tour. We made our way to the center of town where we ate at Antigua SantaFe the best Ajiaco in the world. Ximena and I both ate Ajiaco and Esteban ordered Frijoles. We had rice and avocado ...
If you Google the top baby names in the U.S. for the year 2013, the list will include the likes of Liam, Mason, Aiden, Madison, Ava, Zoe, and Layla. A Google search of typical Colombian names, however, would yield very different results. A family member asked me about Colombian names over the summer, and her question got me thinking about the various Colombian naming traditions. So, what’s in a Colombian ...
... Plaza, it was much cleaner here too - no litter and no graffiti. Perhaps it was the presence of dozens of army personnel with machine guns that persuaded people to keep their litter and spray paint in their pockets.
La Candelaria was supposed to be jam packed with bars and restaurants but were struggling to find any at all. The only shops we could see were street upon street of military clothing - now the Violence in Colombia is subsiding, is there ...
... is a tourist destination and sits potentially in the poorest area of the city,the Government has obviously taken steps to completely secure it by flooding it with police because from calle 15 onwards there are some very dodgy areas you do not want to stray into.On the other hand walking around calle 180 -300 is also well policed because the middle and upper classes live here. I think you get the picture.It is a fantastic way of seeing the evolving status of a city,as most ...
... Maria P very kindly accompanied me to make sure I got the right Transmilenio and going through one of dodgier areas we saw two boys with fighting, at least one with a knife, which did show me another side of the city. Spent Tuesday morning on the graffiti and street art tour with an Australian street artist called Christian (Crisp). Some pretty talented artists at work, really enjoyed a lot of the pictures and hearing more about the reasons and politics behind it. ...