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

    Salento to the Salt Church to Bogota, good stuff

    A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... for $1.

    A very talkative but somewhat likeable lady sat down next to us, born in New Orleans but raised in Seattle, living here in Salento for the last year. She told us that she was a geologist for many years but had just started a hostel and foundation here, who know what kind of dreams or pain inspired her to come here, I often wonder that when I meet expats.

    She told us about Mirador lookout toward the end of town, gave us some great ideas of coffee farms to walk to. ...

    Coffee, scenery and massive burgers

    A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... burgers, a few beers and a film (and I think more brownies!). Unfortunately our choice of Death at a Funeral cut out half way through, although for Ceiran who had slept through most of the first half anyways I think this was a convenient excuse to leave. The next day when waiting in the makn square for the bus to Armenia we were ambushed by a large group of school children, mainly girls, who wanted to look at the gringos. One if the group had been brought up ...

    Cafe in Zona Cafetera

    A travel blog entry by howszmig on Jun 23, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... the coffee get peeled, roasted, grinded and we drank it. Amazing. That night we decided to stay on the coffee farm, in what they called 'the penthouse'. Which was in fact a room missing a wall shared with nature, but cheap, and the most amazing view. The name was deserved. We headed back up the ridiculously steep muddy slippy hill to get supplies and then headed back down again to relax. It was pouring it ...

    A Caffeine Overdose!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 16, 2014

    29 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Long Day

    A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Apr 11, 2014

    8 photos

    Today was a long day of travel. A 5 am bus to Bogota, then a cab ride to the airport, then waited a few hours for my flight to Armenia, then an hour cab ride to the cute little town of Salento, where I will be the next two nights. I did get a chance to meander around the town a bit of have some dinner. The hotel I'm staying at is very cute ...

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    The caretaker in front of the original home
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