Hotel Estelar Windsor House
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... not supervised by guids, but of active police officers. You can touch many exhibits and take in the hand. Until now still no exhibits had been stolen. It has raised the courage no one, that to provide security system and the powers of observation of the policemen to the test. Also because the prison not far from the Museum is located. In a room is a Harley Davidson decorated with gold and silver. This was a gift from the known drug kingpin Pablo Escobar to his cousin. During ...
... We found it to be very welcoming, and aside from the police searches on the buses, had no problems or interferences. Road transport was not as comfortable as other South American countries (namely Peru, that had TV screens and reclining seats like a plane). Instead it was mainly minibuses with zero or less leg room and the occasional vomiting passenger, but we always got there in the end! Like the other ...
... of the city centre - the presidential palace and the main plazas; they took us out to Guatevita where the indigenous used to throw golden ornaments into the lake as gifts to the gods. We hiked through the cloudforest at Chicaque and down to a waterfall; and visited a local market. Then the day before we left they dropped us off at the national museum of Gold, where we saw a lot of the ornaments recovered from Guatevita. Overall it was a fantastic ...
... thought it was going to rain every day, so we headed up bright and early. The funicular was similar to the one in Santiago, but much steeper. We were in the front car with the best view but I made sure to stand in the back where I could hold onto the railings for dear life. Of course, if the funicular somehow lost its grip on the hillside, that railing probably wouldn´t help me very much, but I clung on for safety anyway. When we arrived at the ...
... bands I acquired in Salvador as a little gift. Wafaa and I then headed to eat lunch and wait for our 6-seat plane ride. Again, the views were great and it was a relaxing flight. When we touched down, we immediately took a taxi to the bus terminal in Villavicencio. It was the same taxi driver I had on the way to the terminal, a nice guy named Jairo. Then, we took the cramped bus to Bogotá where we watched some stand up in Spanish. The guy spoke ...