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 los Ninos.
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Day 139

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Jun 20, 2015

... any of us but they wouldn’t let us leave without paying for it. At the start we point blank refused but they had us penned in so there was no way out. Im sure Le Ryan would have forced his way through a good few of them but they had us outnumbered. We ended up having to pay $30 in total for the bottle which we didn’t break but that was probably karma for the empanadas. They were delicious though so I suppose every cloud has a silver lining. ...

Bogota, capital of Colombia

A travel blog entry by kayna on May 26, 2015

1 comment, 74 photos

... views of Bogota city from the top, and a church, making it popular for Sunday 'pilgrimages' up to the altitude of nearly 3200 metres, from Bogota's 2600 metres. The church itself was unremarkable, but the views were outstanding. Here we were able to get a sense of orientation about the city.

After descending, we went to Simon Bolivar's residence. Bolivar was a key figure in the battle for independence from Spain for Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and ...

Colombia - Bogota

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Dec 08, 2014

35 photos

... City we first headed to the tourist information center where a very nice young lady advised us to take the “Alimentador", a green bus with “Transmilenio” on the side, to the main station called “Portal El Dorado”. These buses are surprisingly free of charge. At the main station we bought a single ticket for COP 1,500 (exchange rate: USD 1 = COP 2,446). As we were headed to La Candelaria we hopped on a bus with numbers starting with ...

Third World Problems

A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 13, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... lift system in 2008, an unprecedented effort to bring mass transit (in the form of a gondola ski lift) to some of Medellín's slums, the city once again proved it was willing to make drastic changes for the better. In 2013 it was recognized as the world's most innovative city for these smart and highly effective efforts.

Basically what I'm getting at is that it used to suck, but now it's actually really ...

Busy Bogota

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Mar 31, 2014

2 comments, 80 photos

... public transport as everything else was so close together, but it was a very pleasant one - Bogota utilises a system called the 'transmilenio', which are essentially huge buses (two and three carriages long) that have their own dedicated lanes through the city and suburbs, and massive stations that function as the train stations do at home. Once we were beyond the reach of the transmilenio, we jumped on colectivos, which are funny-looking short buses ...