Hotel Estelar Las Colinas
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I went up in elevation again today, by joining a tour to Los Nevados National Park, a park located in the central area of the Colombian Andes. The largest volcano, Nevado del Ruiz, sits at 5300 meters, but we were only able to get to 4400 meters due to some recent activity of some of the other volcanoes.
The tour was fun. Nestor arranged it for me yesterday. Our guide, Filippe, spoke pretty ...
... and lime, peanut butter and Nutella on bread with a banana for Eli, red beans with lime and parmesan for Jonathan, and a banana for Noa. That was a successful lunch in that as we prepare to leave for Manizales, we are travelling with three grocery bags, rather than five! Our main goal now is to get out of Colombia, not because we want to, but more because we feel like if we don’t motor on south, we will end up spending our entire year here. This country, which we never ...
... and that white covering is removed revealing the green bean.
*Only green beans are exported and roasting is done outside of the country for grade one beans. All grade two beans are roasted in Colombia, popping and smelling like popcorn during the process before turning the dark brown we know today.
I'm not sure how much was missed or inaccurate, but that's what I got out of it. The tour ...
We finished up in Bogota with a morning bicycle tour around the old city. The tour was between 10-12 and certainly not at a slow pace. I had considered not doing it because of my ankle but didn't want to miss out on anything.
We traveled through Canderlaria to the coffee factory, red light district and visited an old bull fighting arena, it was a great tour and I'm glad I completed it, even ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking