Autopista Yumbo, Acopi,, Cali, n/a, Colombia
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looking pretty but pretty stinky
the busy park is its centerpiece
llego en cali por trabajo
hola, soy gianni desde italia y llegere en cali por trabajo y me quedere , creo, cinco meses....estoy buscando un cuarto donde vivir y me gustaria conocer alguien por hacer conocencia .
Re: llego en cali por trabajo
Hi, there is a great place in Cali, with rooms for short or long time. I`'s called Café Tostaky, the owners are a french guy and his colombian wife. Nice place in the San Antonio district, the only colonial place of the city with a lot of little bars.
I was there one week, you can cook, wash and meet some people.
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Travel Tips for Cali
California of Colombia
Just the atmosphere really. The guidebooks all say Cali is relaxed...it is. There are great restaurants, bars, clubs, shopping, the taxis are reliable and it is really not as violent as some parts of Colombia can be. Climate....it is never really too hot or too cold here. The locals are, on the whole, friendly and welcoming as well as being helpful.
Is is say and is true, in...
Is is say and is true, in CALI, you find the most beautifull women in the world. If you dont belive, just ask anyone. The skin color, their sensuality and their karma, makes this great attraction to the city of Cali
Someone hand painted this drawing on this wall in CAli.
From inside the Caliplaza hotel walk to your left then make a right on the corner across the street from a deli sandwhich shop is this drawing.
Iglesia de la Ermita - Cali's Landmark
Overlooking the Río Cali, Iglesia de la Ermita has become a landmark of Cali and it is certainly the most photographed church in the city. The original church, a small baroque chapel, was built here in the early 17th-century and its name was Ermita de Nuestra Señora de la Soledad del Río. It was totally destroyed in the 1925 earthquake.
Today stands a very different structure, a neo-gothic blue and white church that was built between 1930 and 1948. It was inspired by the cathedral in Cologne, Germany. There is a fine marble altar and the painting El Señor de la Caña (Lord of the Sugarcane), which dates back to 1787, reflecting the local importance of sugar cane, one of the few items that survived the earthquake.
The church is open weekdays 06:30am-noon and 02:30pm-07:00pm, Sat 06:30am-noon and 04:00pm-05:30pm, Sun 08:00am-noon and 05:00pm-07:00pm; free admision.
La Iglesia de San Antonio
La Iglesia de San Antonio is unassuming from outside but within its simple walls it houses fine wooden carved 17th century depictions of saints from the Quito School. Another good reason to climb Colina de San Antonio, the hill on which it is built, is for the fine views of the city that it affords.