Casa Hotel Zuetana 106
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Melissa picked me up for lunch. We went back to her house where we met Luz Mery and Vanessa and had a really good lunch that their maid cooked for us. I love this idea. I know you can get a maid in Edinburgh, but they usually just come a couple of times per week to clean your flat. I’ve not heard of one who will clean, do your laundry, and cook you lunch. That’s fantastic!
I got a taxi back to ...
... for only US$3.50. We also stopped off at the largest library in Bogotá for a bit. It was incredible and was equally as much a museum as it was a library. We took a bus to the largest park in Bogotá but it was unimpressive, I was beat at this point and Natalia ran into some friends there so Mayra and I took the bus to her place where we chatted a bunch in Spanish and watched The Hunger Games in ...
... I got back I met Micheal, from London who had also just arrived. Keen to go and find the Museo de Oro we went out. It was a four story museum full of the history of gold,. It was interesting but as we made our way up the floors it all got a bit repetitive. They obviously had an excess amount of these gold figures, statues, models and ran out of ideas and so tried to think outside the boxin how to display them. The first was to put them in a vault ...
... paintings and sculptures of fat people and objects, including a great painting of a fat Mona Lisa) and the Gold Museum (apparently one of the top attractions, though we weren't overly impressed). We also took the funicular up to Cerro Monseratte (hill) which has nice views of the city. We then spent the rest of our time in Bogota in the Zona Rosa area, which is the upmarket district filled with plenty of restaurants, bars, and shopping centres. Here we watched both ...
... found our way into a cavernous...well, cavern (or series of three caverns) dedicated to the birth life and death of Jesus Christ. The scale and grandeur of the Catedral de Sal was stunning, well worth the five hour round-trip.
On the way back down from the cathedral we took the funny little train again, which turned out to be a tourist train from the top, taking a winding route through the gorgeous little town and pointing out ...