canabal house boutique hotel is located in the traditional neighborhood of Gethsemane, rich in history and colonial architecture. Being here in the place that time Spanish colony, people and families of different cultures and races, becoming a living space of fusion and cultural wealth was established. The hotel is named after the illustrious Dr. Maria Cartagena eusebio canabal hero, one of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence of 11 November 1811, who had their residence in the same street where the hotel is located.
Calle, Tripita y Media
Many who hear this story say it is a bad joke. To reach this street must cross the Avenida Venezuela and Daniel Lemaitre. By the ninth round, immediately you will come across the street Tripita and Media. At the corner of Calle de la Magdalena, he lived a family of fishermen, one of the sons of the family accompanied his brothers to fish and fish butchering.
One day started away "tummy" Fish, to season, fry and eat it without sharing it with anyone. In the neighborhoods everything is known and after run on rumor than to the girl, everyone started calling her tummy. The "Media" was added when on a holiday, the girl came up putting on socks that her godmother had given her and the neighbors whispered "Go, if wearing socks on the tummy."
And as happened with Dead Tomb Street, the habit of revealing the street "wherever the Tripita half lives," a term for giving this funny name.
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