Abadia Colonial

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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    Travel Blogs from Bogota

    Gold, Salt, Soccer, and Buses

    A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 12, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... Joakim and I headed out to dinner when I got back. We talked for a good 2 hours before coming back to the hostel.

    Sarah was probably right in saying I should spend a lot of time in Colombia. She's biased, but biases can have perfectly valid reasons behind them. Today I plan to plan my plan. It may mean changing my trip from being "a taste of almost every South American country" to being "Colombia, Argentina, and Chile." By tonight I'll have a better ...

    New country, new friends, new plans

    A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 01, 2014

    120 photos

    ... of discussion in the group and I was soon chatting away to Andy, who was waiting for his sister to arrive, and a few others. Card games came out, and before we knew it Andy's sister arrived along with an American off the same flight called Justin. There was soon a good crowd of us playing multi-deck ********/ card games. Cranky croc is one of the growing number of hostels where you can run up a tab. Quite dangerous it turns out, but also extremely convenient! And with a ...

    Colombia, Mi Amor.

    A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

    49 photos

    ... people wearing the yellow national team jerseys, posters all over street corners
    urging unity. It was as if Colombians have been isolated and misunderstood by the world for so long, they are so excited to move beyond their long period of pain and have the world see what is truly special about this country, its sights and its people.

    A couple of hours and one bus breakdown later, traffic, music and energy picked up as we neared the outskirts of Cartagena. We were ...

    Socialist Revolution in the Hipster Capital

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 07, 2014

    17 photos

    ... through the history of the various peoples that inhabited the Americas before the Spanish invasion, and shown some pretty amazing examples of artefacts recovered from them made of gold, clay, cloth, and all kinds of other metals. It was really cool to see artworks made hundreds of years ago by people who have since been wiped from the planet. Each society had a very distinct artistic style and all of it was impressive. Once we were all cultured out we set our sites on food ...

    Very fluffy for a murder capital

    A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Jan 11, 2014

    15 photos

    ... residents of Bogota must be really keen on recycling, because it was hard to imagine that a lot of the bric-a-brac for sale hadn't been pulled out of rubbish bins– filthy dolls with limbs missing, music and video games in formats for which the technology no longer exists, broken crockery etc. Strange!

    We walked for a long time, Tom leading the way in trying to decipher our ...