Santafe Boutique Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... minutes. I knew that now not would fold it with the flight to Suriname and asked not to work him to my concerns. Disappointed and a little angry about this stupid error I was stuck now at the airport. I just wanted to travel further and looked on the scoreboards where the next aircraft would fly. When I saw the village Cartagena I decided spontaneously to a ticket there. This city actually later on my trip but was planned to travel must be ...
... prohibited even my little mono pod stick which stabilizes my camera and has a rubber foot to protect the floors. The photos here are hand held in very dark Cathedrals with long exposure times. Lo Siento.
As soon as you start moving here you realize that this is a high altitude city. I was puffing to capture every molecule of Oxygen. I thought to myself, so are the other 8 million people that live in this city that sits almost 3/4 mile higher than ...
... I knew I wanted to visit the only issue was finding a trip that was within my price range as me trying to navigate the public transport the 50km will have been a disaster! Thankfully my hostel ran a reasonably priced tour! The salt cathedral is inside a salt mine that is still in use today. The scale of the cathedral is extremely impressive, it is 75m long, 18m high and can accommodate 8400 people!!! I had heard that the free ...
One of the main shopping streets they'd closed to traffic. Not sure if this is an everyday thing as it's a Wednesday, and not say a Sunday, but there was street art, blues bands playing in bus shelters and rows of chess tables set up. I hung around to watch a few games (and have the music in the background). In the last few days I've started playing against the computer on ...
... men and finally an old man walked us to the bus portal we needed. He was lovely. First bus done and we had to find the second bus at an even larger terminal where we met Paul another USAn. He asked if we were doing the cathedral and joined us for the day. I was expecting a normal looking church made out of salt bricks but no what we got was an old salt mine converted into a church. We walked underground for about 2 hours or so looking at the different chambers each with a large cross ...