Hotel D'Leon

Address: Calle 56 No. 21-49, Bucaramanga, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 56 No. 21-49, Bucaramanga.
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Travel Blogs from Bucaramanga

Camping and foam

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Apr 28, 2014

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Well it's a good thing I like it hot- today we stopped at an abandoned gas station for lunch around 13:30 and we were all sweating away with not even a gentle breeze to provide some comfort, turns out it was 41degrees!!! Whilst having lunch we had a family from across the road come and watch, still not used to feeling like we are the ones on …

Cain talks with Abel

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 13, 2014

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... As to thou must not kill, no computer of yours could calculate the number of tortured, maimed, murdered, driven to madness and utter despair in your historical era. You know that."
"We all know it. But that's how we have survived."
"As a sub-species. By now you are three and billion. With your rate of ...

Loooooong days of travelling!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Oct 11, 2013

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... today. We said goodbye to some friends we had made in Barichara, a Dutch couple living on the Dutch Island, Bon Air, travelling with their three blond children, two boys and a girl, all under nine years old. Up until this point, we have not met any non-Latino families, let alone with three kids, travelling around Ecuador or Colombia! When our families saw each other, we all just stared at each others' ...

Tantra, baby

A travel blog entry by jenifertravels on Jun 05, 2013

... on empty, we tug our belongings out of the cab's boot. We are here. The FINCA, set in carefully kept grounds, is large, sprawling and full of familial love. Juan - Tantra master, is the son of its matriarchal Colombian owner. Twinkly eyed and aware we're all somewhat out of our comfort zones, he ushers us into the lounge for hot tea and an overview of the retreat. Daily yoga ( a blend of kundalini, Iyengar and ashtanga) will kick off the day at 7pm, followed by a healthy ...

Whitewashed Homes & Cobbled Streets In A Fine Town

A travel blog entry by amazingjourneys on Mar 09, 2011

... Berlinas offers a nightly departure at 21.00 hours, 60,000 pesos, this same bus continues two hours further on to its final destination, Cartagena, 70,000 pesos; Expreso Brasilia departs nightly at 19.30, 21.00 and 22.30 hours, 60,000 and continues on to Cartagena 70,000 pesos.

Valledupar – Copetran has daily departures at 03.00, 06.00, 09.00, 12.30, 15.00, then on the hour between 19.00 ...