Hotel el Campin
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... It's not allowed. We did it in Canada!
We found the small restaurant and a very friendly waiter explained the menu. I ordered salchicas (2 types) and Nick the lamb shank. Club colombia roja cervezas. I like that beer. I usually like red ones. It's like more flavor than a lager but less heavy than a stout.
My plate was good. Probably would get something else next time. Nick said his was fantastic and cooked well. This is the third restaurant that ...
... by its beautiful colored houses and narrow streets, its fantastic museums and the general relaxed feeling of the place.
The hostel is nice and in the evening there are many very picturesque places to eat or to have a drink, especially on Saturday when we arrived. On Sunday we went for a walk all day, and we were surprised that almost all of the central district of the city was closed to traffic and everyone went around on foot or by bicycle, an event so rare in any city of ...
... of three "naves" -- representing birth, life and death. The central nave is the main cathedral. And it is active, holding mass every Sunday. It is absolutely spectacular -- even the kids were amazed. The pictures don't really do it justice, because it is very dark ( and I didn't have my tripod to do long exposure shots) - but I have included the best ones.
From there, we headed to Guatavita. Guatavita really refers to three different places:
1) an ...
... our bikes. The Columbians had a system where you had to be felt down by a woman to check for guns and knives. When she felt his bum leg she thought she had a gun, or knife, or some such weapon. I explained it was a wooden leg "No, he said, "it is made of carbon and aluminum." The security guard let him go.
I asked if he blogged. He frowned, shook his head and put ...
You know how freshman year of college you think your life is crazy awesome? All you can think about is how much better college is than high school, and how there are so many fun things to do and new people to meet. Then you go back to college for sophomore year and you realize your life freshman year was kiiind of a train wreck. The transition to college academics was stressful (to say ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking