Hotel de Silvia

Address: Cr 7 & Cl 8, Barrio Boyaca, Silvia, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cr 7 & Cl 8, Barrio Boyaca, Silvia.
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Travel Blogs from Silvia

Popayan, the White City

A travel blog entry by kayna on May 22, 2015

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... police station.

We cleared all the checks though and eventually made it to Popayan. After some irritation wth one taxi driver at the bus station we took a different taxi and made it to Iglesia de San Francisco, near to a hostel where we were hoping to stay. The driver gave us some reason in spanish for why he couldn't drop us to the door - we thought he said there were road works, but as we ambled merrily down the street with our giant ...

Popping into Popayan

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Dec 05, 2014

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... the construction work and afternoon downpour creating a mud bath around our hostel but venturing a few blocks towards the square unveiled a very pretty colonial town with Christmas lights adding to the beauty of the park in the middle of the square.

Colombia is famous for its salsa and although I originally wasn't entirely sure what the music consisted of, I took an immediate liking due to its similarity to jazz music. We enjoyed a quick drink in the local salsa bar ...


A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Oct 02, 2014

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... city. The main church was beautiful painted white with grey trimmings and the yellow monetary was also very beautiful. We met a few colourful locals in the plaza and had a few laughs. We went back to Jonathan's hostel to have a coffee and met some more lovely people who joined us for lunch and then dinner. Vicki found some llamas to pat. It was a nice relaxing day, just what we needed after our long day of travelling the day ...

The stamp disaster and working our way up Colombia

A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Aug 05, 2014

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... of visiting the archeological site like we had planned for that day (basically the only thing to do in the town) we spent the day panicking, researching what to do, planning our next move and reassuring ourselves that everything would be ok. Lets just say it wasn't our best day of travelling so far! After reading that we needed to get to an immigration office to get stamps and pay the fine (about £120 each) or go back to the border and try and sneak a stamp, we decided the ...

White walls, colonial and my private 8 bed dorm

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 31, 2014

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... headed back to the hostel. That night I went out for dinner with a Dutch fella from the hostel named Dave and his mum Elisa, a veteran traveller who had met up with Dave for his leg up to Bogota. We went to a steak place and I had a fantastic steak and chips (along with a fried banana filled with ham and cheese) and a great red wine. It was nice to sit and talk with other travellers in what was a very quiet/ minimal gringo place. It was also ...