Abadia Colonial

Address: calle 11 # 2-32, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the La Candelaria area of Bogota, is near Gold Museum (Museo de Oro), Cerro de Monserrate, Donacion Botero, and Iglesia Museo Santa Clara.
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