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In March we'll revisit Cartagena. But we'd like to visit another city that has a plaza,places to shop for handicrafts,drink coffee and enjoy colonial type architecture. Gene, I have not visited Santa Fe so I cannot give you advice regarding it. The only thing I know about Santa Fe is that it is hot, and I am not fond of hot weather. The weather in Cartagena will be very hot so you may want to visit a cooler place. Bogota tends to have nice refreshing temperatures March will be the beginning of the rainy season in Bogota.
Last March most of the rain occurred late afternoon or night, and the afternoon rain was intermittent. You should definitely bring an umbrella if you plan to visit Bogota. In Medellin the temperature will be about F at night and F during the day. Some people prefer Medellin's weather, but I prefer Bogota's. I been to Santa fe twice and its hot, but there are small cozy hotels and plenty of restaurants around to enjoy a good meal. It appears that there's very little "old world" architecture in Medellin??
Appreciate the word about SantaFE. Id it a place you could just shop for handicrafts and hangout for 3 days and maybe spend days in Medellin. I get the impression there's not much handicrafts in Medellin--you may have guessed that I'm a collector of local,nice souvenirs.
You wrote that you felt you were trying peoples patience. Most people have lots of patience here and are happy to help.
I see nothing in any of your posts that would make me think you would enjoy yourself there. Thanks for putting me straight on the colonial areas of Bogota. Granada is much bigger than Santa Fe, SF is good for a day or maybe one overnight but that would be about it, lots of Paisas head there for the weekend but more for the pools than the town, lots of fincas in the area with large pools, good place to relax for the locals after working in Medellin. Medellin is a very pleasant city and strikes me as a great place to live if I were to ever relocate to Colombia which isn't even on my radar.