La Pinta

Address: 65 # 5 67, Bogota, 000000, Colombia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 65 # 5 67, Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Plaza Del Chorro Del Quevedo, and Torre Colpatria.
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        • Restaurant


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking
        • Kitchenette


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service

        TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Pinta Bogota

        Reviewed by danilo81

        Logbuch erster Eintrag

        Reviewed Apr 1, 2016
        by (1 review) , Germany Flag of Germany

        Los mucho grade verpeilieros (Reisegruppe Sonnenschein from East Germany)

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        TripAdvisor Reviews La Pinta Bogota

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Bogota

        Amazon and now Bogota

        A travel blog entry by garethethomas on Oct 16, 2013

        7 photos

        ... managed to see endangered pigmy marmoset monkeys, squirrel monkeys, countless birds, tarantulas, even a large boa constrictor and Caiman all in their wild habitat. Just awesome. Some pics attached. We had great guides and couldn't have asked for much more other than I was very keen to see an Anaconda up close in the wild and that didn't happen. Oh well, we will have to come back. But I did catch a Piranha!!! All good in our final week in Bogota then depart for home Sunday. love G,K and ...

        The Treacherous Streets of Bogotá

        A travel blog entry by sophiemead on Jan 30, 2013

        3 photos

        ... of fajitas.

        Vanessa and I exchanged South American experiences and she told me some tough truths about her homeland and the corrupted politics which has made it one of the most dangerous places in the world. She told me that one day a group of youths stormed into her house with guns demanding the car keys. She calmly explained to them that the car was broken and ushered them out the door to show them exactly that. They fell for her trap and she locked the door straight ...

        First stop, Bogota!

        A travel blog entry by loganve90 on Jan 08, 2013

        15 photos

        So after the unnecessarily jagged and lengthy route from phoenix to los angeles to fort lauderdale to bogota the trip finally started! It still didn't feel real after planning so much to finally be out of the states. Everything started off smoothly with a grandmotherly like cab driver who gave us a good overview of the city. I understood about 60% of the conversation (only in spanish) so that was pretty good to start with. With a little difficulty we found the apartment ...

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        A travel blog entry by nicklarge1989 on Nov 18, 2012

        4 comments, 3 photos

        ... late and caught a buseta to Andino shopping mall and had a wander. I bought a empanada and a sweater... And I might buy another sweater- because classy Colombians wear sweaters haha. However, they don't eat copious amounts of empanadas, at least not in public. I then met up with Luisa and Sissi for some reggaeton, snacks and wine in the park. Not legal, but good fun. I met with Sebastian in the evening for a drink but I was home in bed by 11. Yay :) 17/11/12 - I wanted a relaxing day ...

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        A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker on Sep 30, 2012

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... just sitting there not understanding the Spanish, or she said, she felt uncomfortable because she couldn’t talk to Shawna. Shawna said, she was not uncomfortable; she was just glad to be there to spend the Feast with them.

        That seemed to make them feel more at ease. I translated what was said during the conversation, and we all got along just fine. After the speaker’s meeting was over, we headed back to our ...