ChapiNorte B & B

Address: Carrera 15 (Paseo del Country) No. 75-35 3th Floor, Bogota, 11001000, Colombia | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Chapinero area of Bogota, is near 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Parque Central Simon Bolivar, Centro Andino, and Museo de Arte Colonial.
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A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 09, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... ever had in one picture.

Unfortunately around half of the population of Bogotá was waiting to take the cable car back down the mountain. When we finally got back, it was time to go play street soccer at the park we passed by on the way to Monserrate. I put on my serious shoes and we were off. The same amigo and I were against 3 local kids, maybe 13 years old. We played with a tiny, hard soccer ball that is apparently the norm for playing on a concrete field. It ...

New country, new friends, new plans

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 01, 2014

120 photos

... breakfast and lunch options, plus a tuck-shop/ alcohol options behind reception my tab started to mount. The next morning, whilst having breakfast I chatted with Justin a bit about plans and we decided to head out and explore. Connie, an English girl who'd arrived the day before in the traditional loud clown plants style trousers (it's funny the things you remember about people!), also joined us at breakfast and decided to join us on a day of exploring. Out we set, heading towards Plaza ...

Colombia, Mi Amor.

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

49 photos

... people wearing the yellow national team jerseys, posters all over street corners
urging unity. It was as if Colombians have been isolated and misunderstood by the world for so long, they are so excited to move beyond their long period of pain and have the world see what is truly special about this country, its sights and its people.

A couple of hours and one bus breakdown later, traffic, music and energy picked up as we neared the outskirts of Cartagena. We were ...

Colombia Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Sep 10, 2013

6 comments, 68 photos

... exhibition was in Spanish only.

We walked from the museum and reached Bolivar Square. All of the buildings were barricaded off due to the riots and police were placed strategically behind each of the barricades.

We continued to walk through the elevated streets and saw a lot of the local buildings. We reached the spot where Bogotá was founded ...

The Treacherous Streets of Bogotá

A travel blog entry by sophiemead on Jan 30, 2013

3 photos

... like it; in half an hour the pedestrians we were laughing at through the windows were up to their knees in road rivers. Then we got told to get off and we didn’t laugh so much anymore. We had to sprint from place to place getting soaked within seconds but it seems that is just part of the Colombia experience. I stupidly assumed, summer on the equator = HEAT so I brought very little clothing. That shows how well I did my research. Of course it was monsoon season and when ...