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Castle with drawbridge, Bogota, Colombia Beautiful Castles, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Places Around The World, The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Around The Worlds, Vila Medieval

castle with drawbridge

This castle was halfway down the hill, about five minutes' walk from where we were staying. The walls around the castle housed a flower shop and a convenience store, inset into the thick stone. The drawbridge can't be seen in this shot, although you can make out the chains that operate it.

The Haunted Hotel at Tequendama Falls. A creepy old haunted hotel on a cliff across from some beautiful waterfalls. I guess it's time for me to plan my next international trip and go to Bogota Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Amusement Parks, Old Mansions, Haunted Hotel, Haunted Mansion, Gothic Mansion, Haunted Castles

Hotel del Salto. Colombia. Provincia de Tequendama. Departamento de Cundinamarca. 30 km al suroeste de Bogotá.

Find more Information and Book your Ecohabs Tayrona National Park Accommodation in Santa Marta, Colombia. Columbia South America, South America Travel, Central America, Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Around The Worlds, Santa Marta, Beautiful World

Beautiful Colombia Gallery

(by Kuviajes) Over at Colombia Is Love, you can find a gallery of posts featuring Colombian landscapes, such as the one above. Have a look!

 it is best to use over ripe (soft blackened skin) plantains. They are the sweetness of the ripe plantains in central and south America. My Colombian Recipes, Colombian Cuisine, Fruit Recipes, Vegetable Recipes, Delicious Recipes, Ripe Plantain, Christmas Dinner Menu, Tummy Yummy, Nigerian Food

Tajadas de Plátano (Fried Ripe Plantain)

Tajadas de Plátano maduro are one of the most popular side dishes in Colombia. If you follow this blog you may have noticed that Colombians eat plantains