Hotel Abadia Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... hot chocolate with blocks of country cheese that were thrown in the chocolate. It was different but tasty.
We headed down a bit then up a very steep trail to a high plateau called "La Montagne" at 8000 ft. The air was thin, I didn't know we were going to have a hike this intense. I was happy that my treadmill work seemed to have me in good shape, I felt stronger than I had in years. It is hard to believe that Dad is 74 and still going strong.
We stayed at the top for ...
... to relax for a bit.
I spent the rest of the day sorting through pictures I’ve taken in the last few days and trying to figure out where I’m going to go after Bogota. I got a few things sorted out, and just chilled for most of the day, so that was good. I had dinner at the cafe as well and the food really ...
... season and there are two main commercial varieties of the world- Arabica and Robust. The top quality is Arabica, which they grow here the modern way and Eduardo allows people to own there own plot on his land and sends them their coffee. Awesome gift idea. Drinking the different varieties of coffee after seeing it go from the red cherries to the green bean, soaked, dried, then roasted before our eyes it was a joy to drink, ...
... water can be heard. The trail does get harder but when you're busy taking photos, its easy to lose track of time, distance and difficulty of the rocks under foot. Eventually we enter the forest and the way becomes more treacherous, crossing several bridges reminiscent of an Indiana Jones movie. Signs signify one person at a time, they sway with every footstep but offer a great view of the river below. After about 3 hours trekking we getting close to the acaime and right ...
... Exported coffee is Colombian grown, and roasted somewhere else. Colombians don't really consider the exports "Colombian Coffee". But, the rest of the world does. Most of the day we could see a thunderstorm brewing. Then, we could hear the thunder off in the distance, for more than 2 hours. Suddenly, just as we lined up for the chairlift back to the entrance of the park, it started to rain, I mean pour, ok...someone opened the firehose on us. It was like heaven was ...