Santafe Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... with something to celebrate.editBrief HistoryThe Spanish settled along the north coast of today's Colombia as early as the 1500s, but their first permanent settlement, at Santa Marta, was not established until 1525. In 1549, the institution of the Audiencia in Santa Fe de Bogotį gave that city the status of capital of ...
... to rain. I realised I hadn't eaten yet. And it was nearly midday. We bumped into a couple of fruit stalls and I got a massive cup of mango, papaya and banana (60p). Yum! We passed through a street full of jewellery shops. Shortly followed by a load of shops selling plastic Jesus and Mary figures - apparently they are really popular here and some people will have the huge ones (literally 2m tall) in their houses! We were now in the old, historic part of the city - ...
... m going to spend the next few days checking out Bogota, and then next week I’ll try to learn some spanish so it’s a bit easier for me to get by.
I picked up a Colombian sim card for the company UFF!, so I’ll be able to stay in contact with people I meet while I’m here. Luckily, one of the girls working at my hotel was nice enough to activate the sim card for me because ...
... bit of a bad touch though...
My second day started with a visit of the Gold Museum where 35,000 pre Colombian gold objects are based with great explanations of the role of gold and how it was processed back then. My visit was followed by a fantastic lunch with my Colombian friend Claudia from Lund whom I haven't seen in 5 years. Coming as a backpacker to the business district to have a Ajiaco soup ...
... po’. Il secondo museo che abbiamo visto č altrettanto impressionante, essendo stracolmo d’oro in ogni sua forma, dimensione e colore. Ci sono maschere, gioielli, utensili e artefatti di ogni tipo. Un esplosione di luccicante meraviglia, una vera e propria El Dorado.
Ma non č l’unica cosa luccicante che si trova in questa cittą, e nemmeno l’unica preziosa. Ci sono anche gli smeraldi; apparentemente la Colombia č un grosso esportatore di queste ...