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Samán de la Hacienda San José
Colombia

Vista exterior de la Hacienda San José, con un bellísimo samán. Esta hacienda es una de las más antiguas de la región del Triángulo del Café. Tiene ocho habitaciones con capacidad de 25 personas. Es posible realizar una agradable cabalgata, caminata por el sendero ecológico, tiene piscina, jacuzzi y para los amantes de la buena gastronomía comida típica e internacional, como el Cochinillo Español.

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Uploaded: 28/11/2010
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: hacienda san jose; pereira; haciendas cafeteras; cafe; triangulo del cafe; eje cafetero
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