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: city of gold, art and policemen.

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Sep 14, 2014

      21 photos

      ... a lack of both excessive air conditioning and loud music. In our super comfy seats we twisted and turned the night away on the mountain roads trying to sleep. At one time we stopped for some time before slowly passing an enormous lorry laying on its side, but otherwise the journey was largely uneventful until we awoke to find ourselves snaking along the edge of the most incredibly lush river valley on the outskirts of San Augustin. We had a feeling we were going to like this ...

      Day 64: Bogotá, Colombia

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 12, 2014

      39 photos

      ... museum which was just a showcase of the uniforms and weapons of the military... Not so cool. We checked out the black market area of San Victorino which was essentially hundreds of stores that sold everything and nothing. In other words, a bunch if pointless ****. Then, we got lunch. I had peto (a white corn soup seasoned with nutmeg and cinnamon; semi-sweet and very similar to rice pudding) with grilled ...

      Street art, long walks and possible dengue fever

      A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Aug 20, 2014

      71 photos

      ... everyone staying without any technological distractions. On our second day we did a 7 hour loop walk from the hostel, up to the mirador were we had gone for sunrise earlier in the morning, then down into Minca town (a long 3 hours downhill and an even longer 90 minutes up!) past a coffee farm and Pozo Azul, which is meant to be a beautiful swimming lake. Today being Sunday, it was more like a packed swimming pool with local ...

      Feb 25th - 2nd Mar - !Suescalada¡

      A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Feb 25, 2014

      17 photos

      ... hostel for the weekend. During my final weekend in Colombia, we visited los Thermales, an outdoor swimming complex, where the water is sourced from a hot spring. Three different sized swimming pools, each with a different temperature, and a small jacuzzi sized one, that I could barely dip my toes into as it was boiling hot, where the Colombians could sit in it up to their neck! We spent ours relaxing in the thermal pools, until my toes and hands were wrinkled like ...

      Views from generosity

      A travel blog entry by tony.hunt.11 on Apr 19, 2013

      ... town and even a little further just to make sure I was correct in only seeing one hostel I doubled back holding my nose this time as I passed the unknown source of maggots and rang the bell. The place looked closed and almost uninhabited behind the heavy steel door and iron gate. I was about to walk away discouraged when a man road up on a bike and with the kind of enthusiasm, crazy eyes, and welcoming smile of a climber just returning back from the rocks. ...