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

The stamp disaster and working our way up Colombia

A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Aug 05, 2014

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... and going out. We also took the cable car up to the top of Medellin, giving amazing views of the city nestled into a valley between the surrounding hills. We also went on a day trip to Guatapé, a area that had been flooded to create hydroelectric power resulting in a series of tiny islands being formed, surrounded by green water. You could climb 800 steps to the top of a HUGE boulder that was randomly positioned on its own (see pics on facebook) to see the amazing views. We ...


A travel blog entry by tinytina321 on Jul 27, 2014

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... was in a lovely spot, directly opposite the parque and next to the cathedral. Whilst eating in the parque watching all the gays and trannies, apparently their local hangout, an American chats to me for a bit and he was pleasant enough and mentions he's off out for the evening to a bar his friend owns and then to an electronica night later on. He asked if I wanted to join him and I would have been up for it only he ...


A travel blog entry by conrad.bear on Jun 19, 2014

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In La Plata I was dropped in the centre of town, and jump into the back of a truck heading to San Andres. It's a bumpy road, but a great view.

After watching the end of the Colombia game I headed for the 2 km walk (down hill) to Parque Arqueologico and the two museums. After looking around the museums I headed up a hill (1.7km) to Segovia, the first burial site I'm going to.

Walk up hill ...

The White City

A travel blog entry by deni367 on Dec 13, 2013

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... after only 2 days, but I'm not sure if the UNESCO judges had taste buds. The food in Popayan was not to my taste, especially the fact that all the bread tastes of uncooked Brioche. Nevertheless, Popayan was a nice change from the busy city life of Cali, so I was appropriately relaxed before moving onto San ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 27, 2013

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... finally stopped by morning though looking at the clouds, was not optimistic it would remain so. On my walk to the bus station was again accompanied by the friendly little yellow birds who liked to perch really close and then fly a little bit further on and repeat, several times over – seem to treat it as a bit of a game.

Once I got to the bus station I realised I hadn’t paid – usually I pay in advance - not intentional due to the faults above or ...