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

23 photos

... of a man on a horse and stunning views over Popayan. We took a seat on the grass and looked out over the city until just before sunset, when we made our way home. We had heard from several sources that the area could be quite dangerous, so we did not want to be hanging around when darkness set in.

That evening we cooked dinner in our hostel using some of the supplies we obtained from the supermarket, and did some preparation for our next ...

Day 183: The Long Journey to Ecuador

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jan 09, 2015

31 photos

... of the trip; the real reason we took this route. There are only two ways to get to Pasto and Ipiales, the Southern most cities in Colombia before entering Ecuador. The safer and more travelled way is from Popoyan to Pasto. The other way was the way we chose, which is known for being one of the most dangerous roads in all of South America due to the fact that it is a one-lane dirt and ...

Another lazy day

A travel blog entry by aquest on Nov 19, 2014

16 photos

... 1983 The cathedral being the worst hit. The city took around 20 years to recover but now the majority of the buildings in the colonial centre have now been restored to their former glory.

Our hotel once was a monastery it still has the kept the serene quietness that Im sure the monks ...

Recharging with a View

A travel blog entry by want9814 on Oct 15, 2014

10 photos

... nipped at my ankles from the floor). Don't worry I survived and the wounds are still healing.

After a short walk we arrived at the hostel which was right in the middle of town with beautiful views of the city's center square. When we got to our room the bags were dropped on the floor and we dropped on the beds (not saying the day was wasted but some much needed sleep was got). Once we were recharged it was time for dinner so we headed to the local grocery store ...

Trampoline of death road and Popayan

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Sep 12, 2014

4 photos

... that the busses were very busy today so would probably have to wait till this afternoon, great. When we eventually found the right ticket office it turned out he was correct and we would have to wait until 1:00pm. Thankfully we could leave our bags before deciding what to do next. There is a church on a hill that is apparently worth seeing so we headed to the other side of town and perched ourselves on the steps to read for a few hours. On the way ...