Hotel Hospederia San Carlos

Address: Cr 9 No 5-44, Villa de Leyva, 57-8, Colombia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Cr 9 No 5-44, Villa de Leyva.
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    Travel Blogs from Villa de Leyva

    Back to Bogota, sadly it's home time.

    A travel blog entry by tinytina321 on Sep 04, 2014

    39 photos

    ... mingled amongst everyday living with pockets of its dark side there to see. I hung out with a German girl,Sarah. We did the graffiti tour which opens your eyes to all the little details you probably wouldn't normally see. Like these molded face masks in various little places and hidden little messages within the work and the iron sculptures on top of buildings. The rest of the time we spent eating, we visited Crepes ...

    Pickpockets! ...And Henry My Guide.

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 09, 2014

    38 photos

    ... by its huge cobbled central square and its immaculately intact colonial architecture,one of the finest specimens on the continent.It is located in Boyaca Province surrounded in a valley of lush rural farm land which is awash with blooms of bougainvillea,rhododendrons and other beautiful flowers.


    The locals dressed in their beige thick cotton ponchos and cowboy hats look like they have come straight out of a set of an old western movie.Mules laden with ...

    Good Friday in Villa de Leyva

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 19, 2014

    36 photos

    ... the countryside to celebrate and enjoy a long weekend, as they have here. First, streams of fancy foreign cars flowing down the cobblestone choke the causeways, which requires a legion of policemen armed with whistles to direct traffic in a place that doesn't even have a traffic light. Not surprisingly, many of these revelers are busy playing with cellphones while driving through the village, which was founded in 1572 and makes ...

    Boyaca

    A travel blog entry by robdelmar on Mar 22, 2014

    64 photos

    ... us! the place was empty, we were the only people visiting today, it seems. Absolute heaven. We followed a parallel river path to the first waterfall where a no entry sign and a broken wire fence halt our progress. Of course we ducked through the hole in the fence and continued along an eroded hillside path that lead down to the bottom of the main fall. Its such a beautiful place and great for photos! After surveying the continuing path we decided to head back up to the car, pay ...

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 16, 2013

    9 photos

    ... observatory (in the same way that Stonehenge might be called one), though far less extensive/impressive – the rock is local & some may even have been carved (into dolmen) in situ. Still it was a pleasant 4k+ stroll back to town and had a good chat with some local students on the way.

    The wood fired pizza oven still wasn’t fired up so I explained the error of their ways and went to a cheaper place & got them to pimp my pie with basil & garlic – ...