Hosteria Del Molino La Mesopotamia

Address: Calle Del Silencio Boyaca, Villa de Leyva, Colombia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Del Silencio Boyaca, Villa de Leyva.
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    Travel Blogs from Villa de Leyva

    Convento de Santo Ecce Homo

    A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Jun 16, 2015

    1 comment, 47 photos

    Founded by the Dominican Fathers in 1640, this wonderful old stucco and brick convent sits high above Villa De Leyva in the country side. During our drive out there we passed many large green house farm operations growing tomatoes, and fields full of potatoes. The land here is rich and the weather is mild all year round. It rains some,never snows, but is ...

    Cobbled streets and a "waterproof" jacket

    A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 06, 2014

    24 photos

    The time had come for us to finally check out of the Crancy Croc and leave Bogota. Next stop Villa de Leyva. The only problem was after a quick check on the internet I couldn't see any beds available there. Justin and I were joined by Henry, which was great news on its own but who had also been in touch with Rosa and Connie who had left the day before. The girls had reserved 3 beds for us in their hostel and al we had to do was ...

    Pickpockets! ...And Henry My Guide.

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 09, 2014

    38 photos

    ... epitome of a “kind soul”.


    We take a slow walk through every single street in the town,going down unexplored alleys and looking through gates like kids taking photos as we go.We stop at the oldest house in the village dating back to 1574,it is now a hotel struggling to get off the ground as the owner is 84 and does not have the energy to devote to it.I meet his daughter,Andrea a pretty 22 year old who has just returned from Kingston university ...

    Good Friday in Villa de Leyva

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 19, 2014

    36 photos

    ... by many to be the nicest in Colombia. From Barichara we followed the Camino Real, or Royal Road to Guane. (Oddly enough, this bumpy road made of hand placed stones and frequented by Christians this time of year was constructed by a German in the mid-1800s.) I normally aim to walk five miles daily when I'm traveling, and I've surpassed that during the past two weeks. Needless to say, while getting my legs into better shape ...

    Boyaca

    A travel blog entry by robdelmar on Mar 22, 2014

    64 photos

    ... fully fed and 1 beer down. Requira is a typical town with the main plaza again with traditional church.. but here its decorated with clay statues! This town is renowned for its terracotta and artisania stores. The main road is strewn with vividly colourful shops, each filled with loads of hand fired pottery. I bought some traditional local crockery, keyrings and a hammock (bargain at $30000 COP) and Yeimy bought some jewellery at bargain prices. On the way back to the main plaza ...