Hotel Decameron Panaca
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... alone with him this trip. We took home food for Annie, and a beer too. She was happy to see us. Packed for flight tomorrow,
collapsed into my bed for 5 hours before our wakeup call. And then, just like that, Annie and I hopped a ride to the airport, waving goodbye to our dear father. It had been a whirlwind fantastic trip. We all agreed that it couldn't have gone any better. Thanks, Colombia!
... that was absolutely phenomenal! They make all their own pasta and breads, and the food was excellent! I’m sure it didn’t hurt that we had just walked for six hours with no sustenance, but I think it would have been good regardless.
We got a taxi back to La Serrana, I got my bags and headed back into town to the bus terminal. I got a bus to Armenia without having to wait very long, so that was very nice. It ...
... of the most devastating events to have occurred in Colombia in recent history and its economic and social impacts are still being felt. Armenia was the hardest hit city; at least one thousand people were killed and over 50% of its 270,000 population were displaced.
The city of Armenia is located 290 kilometers southwest of Bogota at a height of 1,483 m.The climate of the city is varied, the average temperature ranges between 18–21 °C .It is classified as a ...
... them down.
Sadly we had to say goodbye to the green magical fields and carry on our journey through Colombia. We decided to fly to Cartagena as we found out the busses were horrendous and it is only a little bit more to fly. An Irish couple we met and did the hike with told us that Viva Colombia was supposed to be the cheapest but that you can only book at the airport. We saw online the flight was at 9:30pm, but to be on the safe side we decided to get ...
... usano per sgranare il caffè, seccarlo e tostarlo. Dopo la visita abbiamo bevuto un buon caffè, quando si dice direttamente dal produttore al consumatore, e ce ne siamo andati molto contenti salutando Don Elias e il suo sorriso, ovviamente con mezzo chilo di caffè in tasca. Dopo una camminata di mezzora tra piantagioni di caffè, foreste e splendidi paesaggi, siamo tornati a Salento, nostra piccola base di questi giorni passati nella Zona Cafetera, una meravigliosa regione ...