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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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So, last day in Bogota...
Good. Cos I'm done.
Sunburnt head & nothing to do - wish my flight was earlier but it isnt till 10.18pm. so a few hours to go.
Checked in online but am going Maverick and not printing a boarding card, because every single time I print one, they print one at bag drop anyway. You watch it go wrong this time...
I've extended my check out till 3pm so at least I can sit here and get the blog ...
... freely available and nobody seems to have the desire to steel them. I bought some food and wine for my beloved guests. Apart from Paul and Evi I have invited Santiago and Lucia for a drink one of these evenings to get acquainted. After all it is their private home we are in. Lucia was there to meet me yesterday, to give me the keys and explain how everything works. A lovely young woman. She was accompanied by the owner of the apartment, a friendly man, called ...
... gates away, so that wasn’t too far to go.
We got to the gate and saw a few other "happy passengers" from our flight. We arrived at the gate at 6:10 and it was to leave at 6:50. We finally boarded, and the flight left the gate at 7:15 with a cheer from me. Yay!
Our seats were not quite as nice as before, but we were in an exit row, and we had a little extra leg room. I started chatting with the young man sitting next to me as I could tell ...
Today we find ourselves at Minana and John's apartment. We will be receiving Anna and Luz and their families here later today. When they arrive, the boys play and the coffee and pastries come out while memories and stories are told and words of encouragement are ...
... and prepare for the 10,000 foot high mountain peak. Walking around above the city gives us a good reminder of the size of Bogota. We explore the area and the shops that sell all kinds of trinkets and souvenirs. The air is chilly but we find cafe and empanadas that Zachary can't seem to get enough of. Pictures of the setting sun and illuminated city occupy our time and so we decide it is time to make our way down ...