Hotel Casino Internacional
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had the morning free, but that doesn't mean we had free time! Church wasn't until the afternoon, but we had preparations to make for church in the morning. Scott had his sermon to work on, and I had special music and hymns to practice. We also took the time to listen to a sermon about the Passover.
When we went down to lunch, the front desk informed us that we had to switch rooms. Apparently, they were going to work on the central air and after tonight, our room would not ...
The plans for the Night to be Much Observed were to have it all together in one hall. Everyone wanted to be with us, so that was settled--we would all be together. Each family prepared part of the meal. Some prepared the chicken, some the rice, some the salad; others prepared the dessert, drinks, or provided the plates and plastic ware. Everyone contributed a little bit, and it wasn't a lot of work for anyone. Since ...
We did not have any appointments this morning, so while Scott stayed in the room to do some work, I took the time to enjoy the pool. It was sunny, warm and breezy. I swam part of the time and then soaked up a few rays while I read.
We ate lunch at the hotel as we haven't found any other restaurants near by besides McDonald's and food court restaurants at the mall. The food is very good here, and ...
... about a half hour--so we had to eat quickly. I ate and then returned to the hotel room to practice the hymns and my special music for church. There was only time to play them each through once. That would have to be good enough. We changed our clothes and then left for church.
It was warm but not too hot, but by the time we got to the hotel, we were sweating. Some church members, about 10, were waiting in the lobby when ...
... beef and potatoes), with choice of coffee or tea, too. It all looked so yummy, but I couldn't eat it all, so I had a bowl of granola with milk and papaya, and a bowl of caldito. North Americans might think that having soup for breakfast is strange, but it is very common here, especially in Bogota where it is colder. The caldito here is delicious!
When we returned to the room, I decided to look up on the map where our ...