Hacienda Baza 1638 Hotel

Villa de Leyva, Colombia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Villa de Leyva


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... the surrounding scenery was verdant – the hot springs must be the big attraction. Took a very long uphill 2.5k (+) stroll to El Batan on the advice of Miguel – had told him I wanted natural pools so I was really miffed to find it was just a couple of concrete pools surrounded by hard landscaping and overlooked by a multistorey hotel – stomped back down the hill in a huff and got straight on the bus out!



A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... or at least was and now a reconstruction has been put up in situ – it’s a very impressive building but little evidence of the sun association other than it’s orientation. There’s also remains of the cemetery – is this where they dug up the mummies from? There are also several other Muisca huts, presumably showing the development of hut construction – no info on these and none in the museum in ...


A travel blog entry by rhea_


... by the road blocks and struggled to get between blockades, however we heard of a sinister trick the police used to get around this - they piled into an ambulance and sped down the road sirens blaring. The farmers, presuming a medical emergency let them through the blockade at which time, trojan horse style, the police emerged from the ambulance in full riot gear and battle commenced. Its times like these you realise that despite on the surface, things appear similar to back ...

The Cathedral and the salt.

A travel blog entry by lucyfranci


Saturday saw us heading out of Bogota to visit further afield. Colombian roads seem to have almost as many tolls as Italian roads!! Our first destination was the amazing Salt Cathedral in Zipaquirá. It was from an old salt mine that had been utilised since the pre-Colombian Muisca people traded salty bread in the area. Salt was apparently pretty valuable, as they were one of the most prosperous tribes of their times. See link for som ...

Villa de Leyva

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma


... a decent but fairly pricey Italian restaurant, which we enjoyed before heading back to the hostel for an early night. We both find that travelling on buses makes us a lot more tired than it did at the start of our trip!

Day One Hundred and Ninety One - Saturday 16th March 2013

Villa de Leyva is yet another of those Colombian towns that have been declared a national monument and have virtually no ...

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