Armenia Hotel

Address: Av. Bolivar # 8 Norte Esquina, Armenia, 00000, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Bolivar # 8 Norte Esquina, Armenia.
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    Travel Blogs from Armenia

    Coffee, Valleys & Tejo!!

    A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Nov 11, 2014

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    ... has never ridden a horse before so was a bit anxious and once we got going I was a bit too. About 5min in Marcus horses legs stumbled a bit which put the heart rate up, took about an hour for us to feel confident and at ease. Fair to say the bodies were not prepared and when the horses got trotting and galloping the body took a hammering haha new found respect for horse riders thats for sure. There was some dodgy parts of the track due to rain ...


    A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 26, 2014

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    ... bottom curve of the U disappeared and so we were left with the two lines through an S. Due to laziness, one of those lines has almost entirely vanished. So, in the present day we have the cashtag, or $. Colombia uses it for money as well, but it literally used to be a U and an S. Oh well.

    Tangent off of the tangent real, real quick. Apparently everything I wrote about the symbol may be a lie. The cashtag is apparently older than the US and may have come ...


    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... one hour journey to Pereira.

    We had to wait ninety minutes before the bus to Salento even though we were told they were hourly. To kill some time we went to Dunkin Donuts and had 'Colombian style' coffee and doughnuts. It was just yellow, blue and red coloured sprinkles on the top but Colombians embrace everything to show their national pride.

    A Caffeine Overdose!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... not only for himself but also for other colonists. Ocampo then proceeded to sell land for settlement. To encourage settlement, Ocampo returned to Anaime to ask for the help of his friend Juan de la Cruz Cardona, and to marry thirteen year-old Arsenia Cardona. Six months after its founding, in August 1890, Armenia had reached a population of 100 people, allowing it to gain legal recognition by the government. The city was initially called Villa Holguín, in honor of the ...

    Sleepy Salento in Zona Cafetera

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Apr 07, 2014

    74 photos

    ... life, and how he had returned to Colombia to start a new life doing the things he enjoyed. He had travelled the world learning about coffee, the best types of beans and the best ways to brew a coffee, the health effects of drinking coffee, and all manner of other things. He had then taken this knowledge to his restaurant in the pursuit of amazing coffee, and started the tasting so that he would be able to pass this knowledge onto others.

    We tried coffees from a ...

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