Hotel Atrium Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ready and raring to go. Unfortunately, no one else was. Whilst most of the Colombians had begun their all-day/night celebrations, the 20 Germans staying at the school didn't seem to be getting into the party spirit. We waited and sat around until finally we asked the owner why we weren't heading out into the parade, she said they were waiting for a load of lasagnas to be delivered for everyones lunch. In 35 degree heat and with the promise of ...
... watching TV.
Instead of getting our $50 everyday from Western Union, we decided to add it all up, so now we got $250 USD ($497,170.00 COP) instead of $350 USD ($696,038.00 COP) because we already have our $100 for the week.
We started the day with 2,515,698.42
We spent 11,000 today, but we added 497,170.00 for our next 5 days of lodging here in Barranquilla.
We ended with ...
... meet the kids for supper, Great time: Wish I could speak Spanish like Cassidy, Aubrie and Scott. --- but. I will. Tom and I settle into our evening's lodging in Eagan and just as the Jay Leno show comes on and I turn off the lights; swoosh.....the phone messages one more time to tell me my flight's been canceled!! Hundreds of others are sitting in airports waiting ...
... Me strapped to a man that doesn't speak English, flying through the air at an unknown speed, kind of sounds like a nightmare to me. If you haven't done so already, please "like" Colombia Reports on Facebook, the newspaper I write for, and you can follow some of my articles. The paper would love to have some new fans! Happy Valentines Day to everyone and Happy Birthday to my Dad. Love you very much and wish I could celebrate with you today! XOXO from Colombia! Tara and Joe ...
... right?! A man says well she is alone, he then escorts me and I pass across the road where the parade will be. I then have to again, repeat telling more army men that I am alone and I pass the final barrier, into a spectator stand and I sit next to a lady and her family and get myself comfy. I'm impressed with myself. I have blagged my way in but I have a brilliant view of the action to unfold. I quickly say hello to the lady next to me and we speak some more of my ...