Bh - La Salle Boutique

Address: Carr. 5 #57-79, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Bosa area of Bogota.
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Travel Blogs from Bogota

Time for Church

A travel blog entry by xitomest on Dec 14, 2014

... natural juices and stuffed ourselves quite a bit that afternoon.  But wait!  We have to go!  If we arrive at Monserrate before 5pm, we pay half price to go up the mountain.  So, off we went as fast as we could.  When we arrive, it seems like the whole town is in line to buy tickets to go up the mountain.  Zachary is desperate for cotton candy being sold for 50cents.  Ximena finds her place in line as ...

"What's in a name?"

A travel blog entry by annie.johnson on Nov 16, 2014

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... in other historically Catholic countries, many Colombian names have a biblical origin, especially for males. Juan (John), Pablo (Paul), Pedro (Peter), Santiago (James), Esteban (Stephen), José (Joseph), Josúe (Joshua), Mateo (Matthew), Samuel, David, Daniel, and Benjamin are all very common. For girls, the most common biblical name is María (Mary), and other typical names include Laura, Camila, Sara, Ana, Sofía, ...

Walk in La Candelaria

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jul 14, 2014

15 photos

... such a demand for this kind of stuff?

Eventually, we found a street selling food but it was mostly fried food restaurant. At the end of the street there was one place selling the unsual combination of Falafel & Chinese. That worked for us because Maria wanted a Falafel Pita while David tucked into a spicy Sechuan noodle dish.

As we headed back to our hotel, we found the street where La Candelaria bars and restaurants are and ...

Welcome To Colombia!

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 05, 2014

2 comments, 33 photos

... grow from the centre outwards and dodgy areas are harder to define.Here because the city lies in a valley,it can only have a linear projection.I have never seen any city like it and you can literally walk through the centuries and the decades in a straight line and see the changing architecture of the periods.

Candelaria is typical of the period of Spanish conquest.The streets are narrow and cobbled,the walls painted in chalky pastel colours and the roofs as with ...

Bogotá, bike tours, street art and museums

A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Feb 12, 2014

57 photos

... of photos. Then spent afternoon at the Museo del Oro (Gold Museum) with the audio guide tour. Eryn and the Dutch couple (Sonia and Tices) came to get me for dinner, took Glen the Aussie guy in my room along too. Had good falafel pita, power went off half way through meal and so got nice romantic candles for light. Back at hostel ended up talking to new guy in my room, a philosophy professor from Chile who was in Bogotá for a conference. Wednesday morning got the cable ...