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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TripAdvisor Reviews Bh - La Salle Boutique Bogota

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Bogota

Day 64: Bogotá, Colombia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 12, 2014

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... 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 ...

Day 58: Leticia and Bogotá, Colombia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 06, 2014

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... so I could use What's App, my texting service, and get in contact with my couchsurfing hosts for Bogotá. To my surprise, the sisters (Natalia and Mayra) were waiting for me in the airport! This is awesome because figuring out a new city with a language barrier sucks so I probably would've ended up in a halter instead. We took a long bus ride to Mayra's place where we bought some arepas (similar to pita but made from corn) stuffed with cheese, shredded chicken, and REAL ham ...

Colombia, Mi Amor.

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

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... the police have been kind and helpful. Home to pack bags, headed to coffee country tomorrow.

Up early the next morning, time to roll. It is a great feeling, a bit sad but great, when you hit the road to the next spot. It is always a travelers dilemma, leaving something so special, but knowing that more surprises are coming. We grabbed some quick fruit and coffee, hopped a cab, nodded goodbye to this lovely place as we broke through the walls of the old town and headed out ...

Socialist Revolution in the Hipster Capital

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 07, 2014

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... so we knew there wouldn't be any risk of being caught up in violence and tear gas. It was really interesting and totally new for me to see people demonstrating against a democratic government and for socialism. I know from readings I've done that socialism is a much better choice for many Latin American countries than capitalism, and some countries even achieved socialist democracies before the US interfered. It was a pretty awesome insight into the whole thing to see the energies ...

Blogotá

A travel blog entry by jackcox on Jan 15, 2014

... It was the most dangerous city in the world 20 years ago but has really turned things around. They've done lots of symbolic things like turn ex-cartel houses into departments for education and shady squares into public libraries and museums. I happened to be there for the opening day of the Colombian football season on which the Medellín clásico was played. This brought out all the British travellers onto the streets into the hostel district. Having not met any other British people ...