Hotel Pension Stein
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of most Latin people and you often find the people in churches. Just to the side of the church is a little corner, known as Poets corner. The park was built in 1995 in tribute to the poets of Valle del Cauca. It is used as the venue for cultural events. The last Thursday of each month it becomes a meeting place of poetry lovers with writers and poets as guests. In the park you find five inanimate muses and can appreciate the immortality of important writers of the city, such as ...
... so we all decided to link up and head down to a place South of Cali called San Augustin, where it is known for it's special tours and leftover ancient ruins from a pre-Colombian society that vanished before the Europeans came to South America. The morning we were set to leave, I woke up early, packed, said my goodbyes to Karen (who would stay in Cali a few more days and then return to her home on the coast of Colombia), strapped our bags to the top of the ...
... and Maria went to some concert while I jammed with some of the Argentinians at the hostel. It was the first time I had had a real jam in a while and it felt great. When Jan and Maria returned, we all went out to a salsa club named Tin Tin. This club is for real. I felt like I was in the middle of the set for the Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights movie. It was really mind blowing how good some of the people were. I got a ...
... We decided a swim and a beer was enough exercise for one day. We returned, invigorated and ready for some more salsa lessons but the past few days had caught up and Mauricio was flat out asleep on the couch. This opened the way for a few casual drinks on the rooftop and a light wager on some poker which I won due to blind luck and treated Kate to a fancy lunch the next day before our night bus to Bogota. Lucky girl.
Our night bus to Bogota ...
... with the locals. Janelle was scouting around for a watch, and I decided I wanted to by some pirated DVD’s. We bought a refreshing passionfruit drink from a man on the street before finding an arcade with a big range of watches. We found the one we wanted and decided it was lunch time. On a whim we chose a restaurant amongst the market stalls and ordered a tasty local meal and ate these under the fans. We ended up haggling with a man on the ...