Alto de La Palma Casa Hotel y Restaurante

Via a Santandercito, Cundimarca, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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A Capital City Busy during the Holidays?

A travel blog entry by deni367


... of the area, even though I had already covered most of it, this tour was a bit different. It was of the graffiti of some of Bogota. We walked around for two and half hours being shown amazing pieces of art up and down the streets. It is legal to paint graffiti in Bogota, which in such a politicized city and country, allows the people to express themselves. Such was the case with many of the pieces of art we saw. The art on the walls as well as our very ...

Colombia Part 2

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... the plantation and saw the beans growing on the trees and then made our way through to the processing area where they were drying the peeled beans. All the beans on this plantation are handpicked. Millions of these beans are picked, processed and then stacked into 40kg bags for transportation. The bulk of these beans were headed for European markets.


Bogota, Colombia in One Day

A travel blog entry by globehunters




We arrived in Bogota from La Paz at 7:30am. We did not sleep the prior night because our flight to Bogota was at 4:00am, so we to waited for our flight at the airport in the wee hours. We had a 14 hour layover in Bogota, so despite being ridiculously tired, we decided not to let the opportunity go to waste. We left the airport and caught a taxi into the city. Upon arriving in the airport, ...

Bogota, capital of Colombia

A travel blog entry by patrice_eoin


... one of the most famous Catholic sanctuaries of the country, which commemorates Jesus Christ’s Stations of the Cross. It is Colombia’s number one wonder, and it was nominated to be one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. At the end of the tour, we took the miner's route where we could experience life as a miner. Here, we used pick axes to chip salt off the wall and experienced an ...

Viva Colombia!

A travel blog entry by meganfisher


... I think that some of the differences result from the fact that lots of the older buildings were destroyed in the fighting. Even now, because there is armed conflict, there is a really strong police and military presence. I decided to walk down the main street to see the government palace, and I had to pass first a police road block and then the miliary one where your bags got seached. They did this to every person walking ...


This hotel, located on Via a Santandercito, Cundimarca, Bogota, is near Gold Museum (Museo de Oro), Iglesia Museo Santa Clara, Palacio de Narino, and The House of the Flower Pot.
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