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Restaurante Pomarrosa — Hotel Parque 97 (Bogotá, Colombia)
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Restaurante Pomarrosa en el Hotel Parque 97 en Bogotá, Colombia — © 2014 Hotel Parque 97 (http://www.hotelparque97.com). Calle 97 19-15 Bogotá D.C. Colombia, PBX: (571) 744 40 30 - 691 73 37, reservas@hotelparque97.com. Fotografía: Mario Carvajal y Julián Santacruz.

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