The New York Times Ranks Colombia #26

Last week The New York Times listed Colombia at #26 of the places you should visit this year. Colombia is indeed a country which offers a lot of things to see and do…and eat!

The capital city, Bogotá, has seen some major transformations in the last decade or two and this has improved the quality of life in so many ways. The restaurant scene, for example, has grown and matured and will continue to do so.

Check out the article and come down for a visit:

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/10/travel/10places.html?ex=1278824400&en=c4b6076a0b2afa97&ei=5087&WT.mc_id=NYT-E-I-NYT-E-AT-0113-L1

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