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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Travel Blogs from Bogota

Colombia: mountains, hiking and Culture

A travel blog entry by paulandton on Feb 19, 2015

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... you would be walking on rocks but it is nothing like that. You walk in the so called Paramo ( Moorland) that at 4100 meters still has quite some bushes, grasses, plants with colorful flowers with the most spectacular flower of them all: the Frailejon that looks like a cactus but is actually family of the sunflower. As it is a bit misty it gives the hike quite a dramatic feeling. The higher you get you can see the changing to less bushes and more grasses and some lichens. ...


A travel blog entry by tunalim on Dec 01, 2014

... Amazon Basin and your best place to base yourself is Leticia in the southwest corner of the country, on the border with Brazil and Peru. From here you can visit the National Park of Amacayacu and enjoy the rich life of plants and animals in the forests and lakes, including the famous pink dolphins. Other activities are more ...

"What's in a name?"

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

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... which literally means Mary Joseph-- can’t get much more biblical than that! On a side note, unlike some other Spanish-speaking countries, Jesús is not a very common name here.
Since so many people have two first names, they often shorten them and combine them. Juan Camilo becomes Juan Ca, Juan Esteban becomes Juanes, Ana María becomes Ana Ma, María José becomes Majo, and so on. Another nickname trend is ...

Oh, those blue boots ....

A travel blog entry by rpdizy on Dec 31, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

December 31 was a day with no huge plans. The kids wanted to go back to Parque Chico .... And Jo Ann had something on her mind....

She had seen a pair of suede blue boots at Andino Mall, that she hadn't even tried on -- and they were haunting her. (Spoiler alert -- we found them, but they didn't fit right. So no new boots for Jo Ann - but she feels better :)). We also hadn't ...

Loving Bogotá!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Sep 29, 2013

12 photos

... standing room only, with the Catholic devotees pouring out of all of the church’s doors, along with the sounds of the hymns. These beautiful sounds emerged from the church as the background for us to marvel over the view of all of Bogotá. After spending an hour or so at the top of Monserrate, wandering through more food stalls and a handicraft market, we began our descent. By the time we finished the trek, Ari’s and ...