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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria Del Molino La Mesopotamia Villa de Leyva

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    Travel Blogs from Villa de Leyva

    Back to Bogota, sadly it's home time.

    A travel blog entry by tinytina321 on Sep 04, 2014

    39 photos

    ... the guy stays there when hes working on it, as everything in it works. It has heaters, hot water, lights. The coolest house EVER!!!

    My last week was spent going back to San Agustin and Bogota. San Agustin I have already done a post on so there's not much to add. I spent time there at a hippy hostel hanging out in hammocks and hanging out with the others on a night. The place was covered with homegrown weed ...

    Pickpockets! ...And Henry My Guide.

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 09, 2014

    38 photos

    ... everything came to a grinding halt as the politics of the era bought in the FARC guerrillas and devastation to Bogota.The tourist sites became no go areas and crime was rampant as the tourist sector and many other sectors crashed to the ground.All Henry's hard work was washed away.he opened up a small shop to try and make ends meet.The Government then went on an all out offensive to wipe FARC off the map and their robust and extremely violent tactics worked but it came at ...

    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by robdelmar on Mar 22, 2014

    64 photos

    ... quite harsh compared to the more lush scenes around Quindio, Tolima and Antioqia. It was well worth it though.. after leaving the bus terminal we set foot on the cobbled streets to our hotel. Its such a beautiful, relaxed place to be. The Hotel El Solar accomodate us even though we are a day early. A beautiful room with a town view balcony. We unpacked and relaxed a little before finding the town plaza and walking around the many home-craft shops. I read before we left that ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 17, 2013

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    ... poor – most folks were still propping up the bar & needed a few more beers before they were tempted to dance!

    Went back to the hotel for lunch, then rain starting pummelling the skylights in my room and thunder rumbled, so had a lie down & waited for it to stop – took hours! I emerged to find the rain had very localised, that the plaza 2 blocks away was dry, and that I had missed the rest – they were packing ...