Windsor Plaza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... in the surrounding area within driving distance. That is another mark of a livable city. Unfortunately dinner that night was rather disappointing. We knew we wanted to have a nice meal to celebrate our anniversary, so we chose Harry Sasson, a fancy restaurant by Colombia´s most famous chef, located near our hotel in a refurbished British mansion. The place came recommended and was certainly beautiful; the bar and entranceway being ...
Yesterday, I woke up surprisingly late considering I sleepy to sleep so early. I got about 11 hours of sleep! The first order of business was to go find this hostel Jan and I had heard about that is less than half the price of the one we were at. Apparently, it's a fake hostel that isn't really registered and therefore doesn't pay taxes so it's much cheaper. When we arrived, we were greeted by a cheerful middle aged man named Jairo who seems like he has done way too ...
... The car started following us. I noticed, Jed noticed and by the way our driver kept looking at his mirrors i think he noticed. I was just hoping it was not a gang member with a gun or something, as my head was blocking the taxi driver from being shot at. He eventually stopped chasing us. After a bit of confusion As to where our hostel was, our driver finally found it and dropped us off, phew what a welcome to ...
... representations of gods and mythical creatures. The statues are set in 116 ha of eerily beautiful fields with clouds rolling in and out all day. Little is known about the society that made them, other than the fact that they were around from 3000 b.c. to 600 b.c. This would have been an unforgettable place to visit. But sadly it wasn't to be. Every year starting at labour day, farmers in the area blockade the only road into San Agustin and keep ...