101 park house
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the form of government erupted into civil war by the end of 1812, and once again in 1814.In 1863 the name of the Republic was changed officially to "United States of Colombia", and in 1886 the country adopted its present name: "Republic of Colombia". Two political parties grew out of conflicts between the followers of BolÝvar ...
... Bolivar is the largest square in the city and is surrounded by old buildings, now the administrative centre of the city. The Cathedral Primada - the largest church in the country, an old shopping area and some buildings are now part of a university. On the square was a large Christmas tree! And lots of people who seemed to be having a llama party! Llamas are not indigenous to Colombia. They are brought from Peru and the people hassle you to pay to have a photo with them. ...
I was a bit nervous about how today was going to go, but it could not have gone smoother. I got up this morning and packed my bags to leave my casa. Elina and her daughter had gone to the beach two days ago and were not coming back until this afternoon, so I didn’t get to say bye and thanks to her. I did get to say bye to her mother though, who was a sweet lady. She didn’t speak english at all, but she ...
After our adventures in Machu Picchu and the Amazon jungle, we were all pretty beat so we appreciated a few uneventful days in Bogota. By this point, S. American cities seem to blend together and aren't too distinct from one to the next (in my view). In Bogota, we visited a few museums including the Gold Museum and Botero Museum. The Gold Museum displays tens of thousands of archaeological articles and gold pieces from pre-Hispanic Colombian societies. The ...
... meno costosi a Bogota, soprattutto la domenica: abbiamo fatto due passi per il mercato delle pulci, dove se uno vuole pu˛ trovare una quantitÓ infinita di cianfrusaglie di ogni tipo; poi nella piazza principale, pur non essendo un vero e proprio mercato, ci sono un’infinitÓ di bancarelle che vendono frutta, verdura, spremute e una nuova specialitÓ da provare per noi: cocco caramellato. Abbiamo visto un gruppetto di persone seguire una lezione di salsa in una piccola ...