Hotel Casa Lola
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... cobblestone streets which were cool. The place was kept up beautifully and was in good order. We walked into the main square of old town which was just a square with stone paved paths and lots of trees around. Here we found a museum which had some history of the Spanish Inquisition.
We went inside and found out that today it had free entry which was sweet. There was air conditioning inside which was really good given that it was absolutely boiling ...
... mid 17th century on a mountain top 3000+ meters above sea level. The cable car to the top is a fun ride, and only a few dollars). I also saw a dead body on the street for the second time in my life; a supposedly homeless man in a roadside ditch, surrounded by police and forensic investigators in white body suits and goggles. It was quite the scene, and certainly held up the traffic.
... response that they would be looking into it and a case number.
Then I called Avianca Airlines, and they said the bags were not in Cartagena, and Bogota ha not seen them either. The man said that he would send the request in again with it marked "Urgent", but he said, that they can't do anything about it until American sends them the bags. But also, it appears that American Airlines is not even attempting to send them to anyone--me or ...
... He pulls out a full box of twenty .. Clearly knockoff Cohibas. I ask for smaller quantities and he pulls one from the box. He can tell I'm not that interested and he pulls out a box of five with each one individually boxed. These looked no better than the other knock offs and I decided to pass. Reluctantly the vendor allowed us to leave. On to find the arepas. Walking about town searching up and down all the side streets we finally run into ...
... culture through food and history, my two favorite things, I about shed a tear. With the sun setting and the colors on the houses glowing with a soft pastel hue, I realized that we had pretty much already had a perfect travel day. However, we had already planned to go out dancing that night, so with our bellies full, we headed back to the hotel to change, and get ready to party.
Now, “partying” as a thirty year old traveler is so ...