La Passion Hotel Lounge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that. Not sure who wrote it and thought people would believe that, maybe the Pope. There was also a gallows in the courtyard and various bits and pieces to do with torture.
Almost outside I nearly stepped on all the Miss Colombia's throughout the decades starting from 1934. They are painted on the pavement every year with a little gap all ready for Miss 2015. Two special girls were set to one side as they were Miss Universe as well! What a great idea and it made a ...
... my blog. Scott did his 30 minutes of walking. I would have joined him, but my back was complaining.
When we returned from the mall, we were informed by the bellhop that another of our bags had arrived. It was our extra bag that we brought with us filled with gifts and used clothing that we were going to store at the Regatta until the Feast time. There were some fragile items in the suitcase, and I had used some clothes that I donated ...
... what we think was sautéed vegetables with chicken. The first thing served was three slices of white bread with butter...Gung Hay Fat Choy? Right about now we're thinking "this could be heaven or this could be hell..welcome to the hotel...Soon after the soup is delivered, and except that there's no individual bowls or utensils.. It looks good and is actually very tasty. Chicken broth with celery, bell peppers, eggs and chicken..really quite good. At this point we send the bread ...
... as it melted pretty fast in the sun. We walked around the neighborhood, licking our lollies, and were happy to find many families out on their doorsteps in the alleyways, kicking balls around, socializing, or playing cards. We walked down a few of the streets and everyone was very friendly even though I was afraid we stood out with Jonīs giant camera hanging around his neck. Luckily, though, heīs so tall that no one would ever really dare to steal ...
... the heavy traffic bound for our first stop - the La Popa Monastery. As we started out journey up the mountain, we caught sight of white crosses in strategic places next to the road. There were twelve in total, and we were later told that at Easter, the people make a pilgrimage to the monastery and these markers serve as the 'stations of the cross', where the Catholic population stop and pray at each of the crosses as they make their way to the ...