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Casa Amarilla en Mompox
Colombia
La Casa Amarilla en Mompox es un nuevo hotel, ubicado en la ribera del Río Magdalena, exactamente en la Calle la Albarrada. Es una casa del siglo XVII, restaurada recientemente por el periodista Richard McColl y su novia Alba, oriunda de Mompox. Un sitio muy especial, donde siempre encontrarás en la puerta al perro: "Monty". ¡Hotel recomendado!
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