Hotel Casagrande

Address: Calle 35 #32-38 Cabecera, Bucaramanga, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 35 #32-38 Cabecera, Bucaramanga.
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Travel Blogs from Bucaramanga

Cain talks with Abel

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 13, 2014

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... challenges the readers. They have all the clues. Can they find who the murderer is? The question here is somewhat different: can the reader guess what the author thinks he can murder him psychologically with?.. (There are two kinds of deaths: the dead death and the death of resurrection. I do not care to know whether it is possible or not to resurrect dead bodies. It is irrelevant.)

Loooooong days of travelling!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Oct 11, 2013

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... walk was very challenging because it was so hot. A class of kids a little bit older than me were walking down also and they were going at the same pace as us. We struggled to keep ahead of them the whole time.
Guane was like Barichara in a lot of ways. The streets were stone, the sidewalks were narrow and high off the ground and the buildings looked alike. We bought ice cream and chillaxed. We caught the ...

Tantra, baby

A travel blog entry by jenifertravels on Jun 05, 2013

... In his eye. I get the sense that's more his Colombian blood than anything but either way, I'm acutely aware of not having a boyfriend to take me off the Tantra market. I wiggle my way out of it by joking "you don't advertise that additional service on a your website..." He backs off. But Julien teases me, convinced my life will be changed after one night with a Tantra master. I'm almost a little afraid to find out, happy to keep the bodily contortions restricted to my yoga ...

Colombia - so safe it is almost boring!

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Aug 30, 2011

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... without the actual cash, so after sewing 12 little pockets and building the hiding places, I had to call it quits and we headed to bed.

In the morning, we once again had a leisurely pace and set our alarm for 8 am. We had booked the abseiling adventure, but, as we were now in the spirit of sleepy little towns, we decided to take our time getting there. We caught a bus an hour later that took us through beautiful countryside for 45 minutes, before dropping us off in the ...

San Gil

A travel blog entry by hilary_todd on May 05, 2011

3 comments, 19 photos

... town that has been beautifully preserved and, in my opinion, was nicer than Villa de Leyva. It was super quiet, probably due to the heat, and had lovely views out over the surrounding countryside. The highlight of our trip to Barichara though was our discovery of Lulo juice – it was absolutely divine and my favourite of all the fruits we have tried in South America. Apparently the fruit is from here in Colombia and grown nowhere else. ...