Masaya Intercultural Hostel
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November 15, 2013
Our alarm didn't go off this morning but Steve managed to wake himself up shortly after he was due to wake up anyway. Thank. Goodness. The breakfast buffet was fresh today and it definitely made a difference. Many more options and the eggs tasted way better fresh as opposed to the ones that we were used to eating 15 …
World_travels stayed here on Aug 18, 2013 during their trip titled: Henry and Ruth's World Travels.
What first struck me about Bogotá was how cheap everything was. 10 dlls ride form the airport to my hotel was as cheap as it gets. On the way to the hotel, I noticed most of the buildings where old and looked dated. Downtown Bogotá reminded me of Mexico City in the early 90's. As I got closer to old town La Candelaria, I started noticing some of …
... the Gold Museum in Bogota. We cannot say enough about the experience in the museum. Firstly, being Sunday, it was free entry which was an unexpected bonus for us. The exhibits included artifacts from approximately 500 B.C. There were many examples of very fine goldsmithing with over 35,000 artifacts on display. This is a must see when in Bogota. Check the website "Museo Del Oro Bogota." One thing that really stands out for us in Bogota is the cleanliness ...
... which was a 1.5hr flight from Bogota, or so we thought... We had to be in Santa Marta at 9:15am to get on the trek to the Lost City. We had booked a fight that departed at 8:20pm. The flight departed about an hour late due to poor weather in Santa Marta. We took off and all was well until the call came over the intercom (in Spanish) that we had to land in Cartagena as Santa Marta was inundated with inclement weather. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility