Hotel bh El Retiro
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... then causes an explosion if you aim correctly. Very strange, but excellent fun. We met some great people on the tour so we ended up meeting up later that night for a few drinks.
In the morning we went on graffiti tour of the city. Bogota is the only city in the world where this is legal so for this reason there are many amazing pieces of street art by artists from all around the world. We also went to see one ...
... it out later that night). Later, I met up with Kathe, my friend's sister in law who is Colombian and lives with her family in Bogotá, who took me up to Cerro de Monserrate on the cable car. Monserrate is a church, with a couple of restaurants and a collection of stalls selling coca tea and other assorted tat. Its built on a ridge of the mountains surround Bogotá giving stunning views over the city which is absolutely massive. As it's 3152 feet above sea level you get a taster of ...
... 5,500 pesos a night and 3 nights in a dorm at 10,000 a night. It is very clean and just out of the town centre, and right by the sea.
6 Nobel prize winning poet
7 Cranky Croc www.crankycroc.com I stayed here last time I was in Bogota and liked it so came back.
Distance Travelled (kilometres)
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By Road (according to Google Maps)
We thought we were done for the day when we left Montserrate. Francisco had other plans. By now, we have figured out that he can give the Energizer Bunny a run for his money. Everything that Francisco and Gladys have planned has been amazing. It is now around 8pm. We walked through the downtown Plaza de Bolivar, where the Congress meets and the Presidents's house is located. There was a protest. Not many people ...
... Colombian food isn't exactly Italian or Mexican food. It doesn't have anything to cry home about and most of its dishes are uninspired and lame. Thats not to say I didn't enjoy things here and there. La Bandeja Paisa near Guatavita was a very simple yet good dish. Andres Carne de Res was another thing. More like an international steak house than Colombian style food.
Bogotá is a surprising city. It has many little ...