Bed and Breakfast Nico

Address: Parcela 45 Lote 2, Cota, 1029034, Colombia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Parcela 45 Lote 2, Cota, is near Portal de Museos de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Claustro de San Agusti-n.
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      Bogota Part II: Salt Cathedral and El Dorado

      A travel blog entry by eliswift4 on Jan 15, 2015

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      ... egg dishes were just alright. I wasn´t entirely sure what all the fuss was about and probably wouldn´t go out of my way to visit Usaquen again, unless it was on a Sunday during the artisanal street fair. Anyway, we decided we would spend the rest of our afternoon in the Museo Nacional de Colombia, which at that point, was definitely a distance away from where we were. The cab ride there was awful. I´m convinced the gloved driver had turrets ...

      Flat tire!?

      A travel blog entry by xitomest on Dec 06, 2014

      ... boy oh boy is it hot! I arrived after Freddy and the boys and find that they have a new friend / player. The young boy heads off with his mother as I join in on the fun. Its exhausting! I can't keep up. How do these guys run for so long, so fast. Well, mission accomplished. We have tried our hand (foot) at soccer in the hot sun. Lets get to the ...


      A travel blog entry by tunalim on Dec 01, 2014

      ... foreigners in their beautiful country. Colombia is a very different place to ten years ago; President Uribe's firm hand has produced a relatively safe country contrary to the out-dated stereotypes and tourism is an exponentially growing industry. Come here to experience a life-loving culture where every week seems to be a ...

      Feb 25th - 2nd Mar - !Suescalada¡

      A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Feb 25, 2014

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      ... but still had copious amounts of natural protection, I couldn't figure out the logic of bolting the upper half of a mutipitch route, great fun none the less, and great to walk off the top of the escarpment.

      After our mammoth session the day before, climbing was somewhat difficult and awkward the following day, not completing many climbs I chilled out in the afternoon, and skyped Donna for a catch up in the evening. Later that evening Elisa came back ...


      A travel blog entry by benandhelen on Jul 22, 2013

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      ... primitive methods by which some of them were made.
      After that we went on a free walking tour, led by a young guy with excellent English. The tour was really interesting, telling us all about the darker episodes of Colombian history as well as pointing out beautiful churches, cathedrals and galleries that he recommended we should visit. The next day we visited the Botero museum, which houses loads of paintings and sculptures by Botero - a Colombian artist famous ...