Hosteria Del Molino La Mesopotamia

Calle Del Silencio Boyaca, Villa de Leyva, Colombia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Villa de Leyva


A travel blog entry by auboter


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The Cathedral and the salt.

A travel blog entry by lucyfranci


... is no bishop it is not officially able to be part of the Catholic Church. We then drove on for another 2 hours to the gorgeous town of Villa de Levya. So very pretty. Pretty old, built in the 1500s, and with cobblestone streets that are clearly not car friendly!! At night time the central plaza is just bustling with activity. Very social, there were clusters of people everywhere. Sitting in the quaint cafe's around the square, or on the ...

Villa de Leyva

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma


... of the day simply wandering around looking at the sights and trying to take artistic photos in black and white or sepia. It was market day, so we looked at the wares on the many stalls in the market place, but as usual didn't buy anything. It was definitely one of the prettiest and best preserved towns we have visited and they are making a real effort to keep it that way by limiting traffic and keeping the streets ...

Hiking boots on again

A travel blog entry by tres_amigas_col


... the waterfalls have almost dried up. The guy draws us a map of walks we can do over farming property which the government can't close so off we go.

It's great to be walking up and down hills again and we are pleased we've retained some of the fitness from our time in the jungle, though this walk is comparatively easy as there is no humidity, the temperature is in the low 20's, the gradient is no where near as steep, we aren't carrying anything more than ...

Colonial Colombia

A travel blog entry by davidw_emmak


... the little things!). The garden had a seating area, hammocks and with an indoor and outdoor kitchen we knew we could settle here quite nicely.

We took a trip to the local stores to get food for dinner; we had become accustomed to cooking for ourselves. So far, we were enjoying the task, David has assumed the role as head chef and I'm the sous chef (in other words the one that does all the work!!). Our system was working quite well and ...


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