104 Art Suites

Carrera 18A # 104-77, Bogota, 4-72, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Los Mártires area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Centro Andino, and Museo de Arte Colonial.
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    Gold, Salt, Soccer, and Buses

    A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 12, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... is probably 70 feet tall, carved into the giant stone wall, and illuminated with gently pulsating lights. I believe they do host actual services and things there, but I was there on Monday evening and so nothing was happening. The center of the cathedral floor featured a large carved stone tablet of Michelangelo's Creation, the painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. And this was all 500 feet underground.

    The ride back to Bogotá was ...

    New country, new friends, new plans

    A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 01, 2014

    120 photos

    ... cranky croc and I have to say it feels one of the best decisions I've made so far. I was soon chatting away to some awesome fellow travellers, had a plan for my Spanish (plans are made for breaking right... Or is that promises?) and had started to shape my expectations on safety, albeit from a Bogota not Colombia point of view. After a little wander around the immediate area of La Candaleria where Cranky Croc is I settled in to watch the Belgium v United States game. The World Cup created ...

    Colombia, Mi Amor.

    A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

    49 photos

    ... t see. This had been the scene a month earlier (and is each year) of one of the largest, most raucous festivals in all of Latin America. The people in this area seemed super friendly, cracked huge smiles as we rolled by. Many food vendors came on and off the bus during our brief stops.

    Oh, I should also mention that Colombians are crazy about soccer. Their national soccer team had just made it to the World Cup for the first time in 12 years and conversation about it ...

    Socialist Revolution in the Hipster Capital

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 07, 2014

    17 photos

    ... Next we spent a day enthralled in the Museo de Oro (the gold museum). This place is not only Latin America's largest collection of gold, it is also it's largest collection of pre-Hispanic artefacts. Gold was very important in ancient Latin American societies, and the metalworkers who made and shaped it were thought of as priestly. Even the miners who found the gold were highly regarded. Gold was a symbol of power, however even the poorest peasant had at least a gold nose ring. We ...

    Very fluffy for a murder capital

    A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Jan 11, 2014

    15 photos

    ... It was expensive, but potentially really was 'the best coffee in the world,' as claimed. Quintuple selected, no less! It helped prop our eyelids open anyway.

    After the museum, we spent a long time trying to find an apparently cool, up-and-coming area we'd read about, hoping it might be a kind of Brixton, Bogota style. Most of the way there seemed to be through one massive flea ...