101 park house
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... you all off together a little adrenalin kicks in for me and I go way to hard at the start. The climb was relatively short though and then it was long swooping downhills on a nicely paved road. I love going downhill now after I took my mountain bike course this spring. All was going well until a big truck passed us at the same time there were little road bumps (like ice heaves) so the truck almost stops to maneuver them, Dan slows and me caught by surprise tried ...
... in Colombia's history.
Our next stop was Villa de Leyva. We drove through, before heading a few kilometers outside of town to El Fosil. El Fosil is a house, containing the fossil of a pliosaur in situ. It's an impressive sight as soon as you walk into the building. There are various other fossils scattered around as well, including a wall of ammonites. We drove back to the main road and stopped in another new(ish) fossil place, called Centro de ...
... in a large grey cloud. That was a shame! After about an hour of wandering around, we headed back down on the funicular train to a more respectable altitude of 2,640m. We walked through a park and along graffiti covered streets. There was a fake river running through the street - apparently the result of an architecture competition! It was fairly busy around, but apparently quite safe around here. Although I was given instructions to walk as if I knew where I was going. ...
... Juan and Angel were packing up to fly home. I made plans to visit the Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá, a salt mine that has been partially converted into a huge underground cathedral. It is the so-called First Wonder of Colombia, and they are pushing hard for it to receive more international recognition as a wonder. To get there I would have to brave the public transportation system in Bogotá. I walked down to the bus station with Juan and Angel, talking about ...
... actually looks like you’re looking down into a tunnel. The guide said it was due to all the minerals in the water that creates such a clear reflection. We watched a 3D movie that showed how they do the mining in Zipaquira which was pretty interesting. There was no need for it to be in 3D, which always annoys me, but it was still a very informative movie.
We left Zipaquira and went to a ...