Hotel San Jose Plaza

Address: Carrera 17 C 55-46, Bucaramanga, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carrera 17 C 55-46, Bucaramanga.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel San Jose Plaza 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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... the animal kingdom it dreams with occasional nightmares. In the insect world it is murdered. What about yourself?

"What about Aleph in me?" asks X.Y.Z.
"What about Aleph in you."

Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Oct 24, 2013

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Wanted a lie in but the noisy locals put pay to a good night – why do they have to shout all the time, even when right next to each other? Had to put the fan on for white noise in addition to the earplugs.

Headed to the lovely little colonial town of Giron – only 1700 and 25 mins on the local bus. All white walls ...

From Mompos to Bucaramanga.

A travel blog entry by leighike on Aug 24, 2013

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... nice coach. That said it is not a cheap place to travel or even live in as a tourist. Linda thinks it is about on a par with the USA in terms of costs! At the super modern bus terminal in the super modern city of Bucaramanga we shared a taxi with Lynn and Seth to the Kasa Guane Hostel. First impressions were good. Linda and I went out to eat. I liked what I saw of Bucaramanga. Very clean. Modern and well developed. This was a city ...

In Transit Day 1

A travel blog entry by ryanaross on Jul 04, 2012

... shifts going out shoppig and such. In the evening the nausea was making me very miserable. Started thinking it was the Cipro. Pretty sure now. I luckily fell asleep quickly on the bus but it didn't last long. At 1230pm I felt the worst ever. Woke up sweating and barely kept down my stomach contents. Moved seats to near the bathroom. The bus was freezing cold but one of the drivers (guess they do shifts) gave me a blanket which was much needed. Miserable ...

Colombia - so safe it is almost boring!

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Aug 30, 2011

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... everywhere we go in Colombia. The reputation that this is an unsafe country is vastly outdated. In fact, we both agree that we have felt more scared in areas of the U.S. (for Curt a dodgy neighborhood in San Francisco and for me a seemingly war torn area of Philadelphia) than we have anywhere in this country. Colombian people are friendly, open, generous and thriving. The infrastructure is perfectly intact and modern - there is very little need for the common man to resort to ...