Hotel & Spa Getsemani
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... view was obstructed so I couldn't capture good pictures of the buildings.
Once in Tunja we only spent a day and 2 nights as it was just a stopover on our way to Villa de Leyva. I'll speak more of Tunja as we explore on our return trip.
Leaving Tunja the terrain became decidedly drier and scrubbier. Still some cultivation was going on and lots of fincas of various prosperity lining the roads. Noticed some roving packs of dogs. By ...
... and at the end lunch in a restaurant which was also a training school for chefs. The set lunch menu was again great value and enormous with a nice fish soup, pork cutlets with a Colombian tomato sauce and really flavoursome strawberry juice. The weather beat us in the afternoon as we had decided to take on the mountain lookout behind the town but only got a ¼ way up before we chickened out as the sky threatened to dump. We went into the plaza and sat around watching ...
... trail. A lot of the young people I met have a good grasp on English, perhaps because the hostel was located in a more upscale part of the city and the younger generations here are starting to travel. And while Medellin is believed to possess the most beautiful women in Colombia, I think Bucaramanga might actually surpass the City of Eternal Spring.
There were lots of interesting people at the hostel, and I ...
... time, I got cash from an ATM and bought my bus ticket. By this time I was ready to eat my left arm, so I sat down in the first cafe I found and ordered an arepa with meat and some fresh papaya.
I also really wanted to see Pozos Azules (Blue Lakes) today, and it looked walkable from town. My hostess, Karen, said it was about a 20-minute walk. I should've been skeptical as their website also says this place is ...
... line-height: normal;">When we arrived at our hostel, we unpacked our bags and had a look in town. We stopped at the grocery store and bought things that we would eat for dinner. We also got refreshing drinks to keep us energized for the walk back to our hostel.
We made pasta for ...