Hotel Estelar Oceania
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... this morning was that lots of locals had a good time, maybe it will carry on to tonight when we might get to see some of it ourselves. Highlights so far have been the cultural stuff - a good gold museum (with its promised air conditioning "set to stun"), and just walking the streets with the cascades of flowers hanging from the balconies. We've still so see the Spanish Inquisition museum, but in a typical Colombian way every time we try and go its been closed.
... space where these crimes were committed. It describes the events which occurred during the Inquisition, where religious tribunals were established to determine guilt of persons accused of Heresy, Blasphemy, and magic. The accused were subjected to tests, then held in horrible conditions until large scale events called Auto de Fe were held. During these public events ...
... make a living. I respect that being a salesman myself. Besides we were still in awe being next to the Muralla. As we entered Old Town there was traditional music being played and we looked up to see a beautiful bridge connecting two walls. Just the one street we walked down had so much history. The architecture, the stones that the street were made out of, everything was beautiful. Walking to the building where our company was felt like at least an hour because of all the sights to ...
Relaxing start to the day but after leaving our aircon room I was hot and complaining within less than 5 min! Today turned out to be scorcher and hit around 35 but with the humidity the real feel was 45! We strolled around the town again. It is so very cool and the vibe is really really brilliant. But we got very very hot and a little grumpy. Hit an aircon restaurant for lunch and then walked around a bit afterwards ...
... humidity. Manuel said that today was nothing; you should coming in July or August when it gets hot. We pretty much saw everything we needed to see from the Miami Beach like condominiums that circled the bay in the Centro district to the ritzy, gated homes of the Columbian rich. Unfortunately no opportunity for Wi-Fi so I’ll have to put it off until one of the upcoming ports-of-call. All in all, it was a good ...