Hacienda Baza 1638 Hotel
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Cerinza is a little town of Colombia, located in the North west of the country, it's a beautiful place, away from Tunja (Capital of Boyacá), for two hours.
Cerinza is a paradise in the earth, although Cerinza has cold climate, that isn't excuse for that you can enjoy of a great trekking.
I was there two years ago, and I was able to make sure about the stories about the town. I arrived at Sunday lunch time and I was ...
... so I started looking for busses going to VDL and found one within a few minutes. Luckily for me it was leaving in ten minutes, so the timing was perfect. This was more of a mini bus, whereas the first one was a big fancy coach bus, but both were comfortable and got me to my location quickly. They were also pretty cheap at 17,000 and 6,500 pesos respectively (£5.50 and £2.25).
I got into VDL at ...
... around with you as an international tourist due to the delicate nature of the clay,but still ,there are overseas visitors and they come mostly for the atmosphere,the hotels and the restaurants and of course if you love walking around artisan shops and markets you could easily spend a day here totally absorbed and no doubt you would be carrying away plenty of souvenirs.There are other products here that you can buy that are more durable,place mats,coasters,cushion covers ...
On our return to Bogota, after our week decompressing in the carribean, our Colombian friends (Daniela and Luciano) decided to accompany us to the old colonial style mountain town, villa de leyva about 4 hrs north of bogota. Once a very important part of the conquistadors empire now it serves as a vacation spot, with fossils, lagoons, and ruins to visit. along with various adventures & activities to embark upon. The town itself is beautiful ...
... 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!