Hotel Richmond Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Catholique Gallicane (1879-1893) and the Anglican Reform Mission, that "some made a living by attacking the Roman Church and the Society of Jesus in particular," he included Chiniquy among a number of excommunicated Roman Catholic priests, such as former Barnabite friar Alessandro Gavazzi, who "became anti-Catholic 'no popery' propagandists" and "received ready support from Protestants."(pp73-74) "Even some Protestants became indignant," according to Roby, eventually ...
As Lady has a car, she takes drivers lessons and since she did not want to leave me alone at home she took me with her. And since she had to deliver some things for her work she used the driving lesson to do that. Efficiency! In the afternoon she showed me around in Bogota. We went up with the cable car to Cerro Monserate a Mountain from which you have a fantastic view over the city but are still far from seeing it in a whole! Afterwards we went to the old ...
... good tips on where to go and what to see in Peru and Bolivia. I like getting these personal recommendations from other travelers, they usually work out really well.
After the tour finished I went to get lunch at a place recommended by the tour guide. The restaurant was called La Puerta Falsa, and I was told to try the dish ajiaco. It’s a thick soup made with chicken, corn, and potatoes, and then on the side ...
... they like to go to church. So when we wanted to take the funicular (a cable railway) to the top of a hill overlooking Bogota, we didn't expect to be met by a flood of churchgoers. On the top of the Monserrate, there's not only a lovely view of the city, but also a church that attracts a lot of visitors. The crowd gave the place a very cosy feeling. After descending we visited the museum of gold, with a spectacular collection of ...
... a bit gimicky for my liking. After this we came back into town and headed to monsserate. On the way we were stopped by this guy with an American accet who had apparently been beaten and robbed..he showed is all these documents but honestly I couldn't tell if her was conning us or genuinely In trouble. We have him money anyway just to get rid of him. Up ...