Hotel Estelar Suites Jones
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I only ended up being a few minutes late, but that still annoyed me.
We went out for lunch at this really good Italian place around the corner from her office. The lunch was excellent, and exactly what I needed because I didn’t have breakfast the morning, and didn’t really have dinner last night, so I was starving. We went out to another little cafe for dessert and I had a chocolate cake that was just awesome.
... recorded a video of myself playing my first Brazilian song, "Pescador de Illusõis" by one of my favorite Brazilian rock bands, O Rappa. I also caught up with some friends back in the states. It's really nice to be in a place with fast internet, even if it is almost an hour bus ride to get to the center of Bogotá. Mayra got back from work around 6:30 and we went to the grocery store to get hamburger ingredients. ...
... 8221; Chinese food.
Either way, I loved our dinner at P.F. Changs. We had a few courses and just enjoyed having the time to chat, so our dinner ended up being a 3+ hour affair. It was great though. It’s been so nice having someone to talk to who I have so much in common with, I just wish she was able to take more time off from work to come traveling. I guess I’ll just have to look forward to our trip to Machu ...
... the top you can get 360 degree views over Rio, capturing the city, Copacabana Beach, Botafogo, Christ the Redeemer statue, the iconic mountains of Rio, and everything in between. It was a spectacular way to end the day! When we were coming back down, our last cable car seemed to be full of Argentineans, who decided to break out in song and chant and make for a loud but entertaining trip down. The following day our plan to head to the beach under Sugarloaf Mountain ...
... bone, all wrapped in plantain leaves to cook; Arepa, which is a flatbread made of ground maize dough and often stuffed with a variety of fillings; chocolate con queso, which is literally a hot chocolate served with a lump of cheese and assorted breads; and Colombian empanadas stuffed with a variety of spiced meats, cheese, and assorted other fillings. At one point I was given fried cow´s intestine to try - wasn´t a huge fan!
On our second ...