Ar Hotel Salitre

Carrera 60 No. 22-99, Bogota, Colombia | 4 star hotel
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Bogota, Colombia 26th Nov - 29th Nov

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

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... These are the main areas in Bogota to see. La Candelaria where we stayed is an area lined with old beautiful buildings and cobblestone streets. Downtown is the main CBD, rammed with people busy going about their lives, lots of places to eat, drink and shop.

We visited the Gold Museum which is supposed to be one of the biggest in the country and we learned about the countries' wealth ...

Heavy cross

A travel blog entry by andyandott

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... paid god knows how much to dig out a cathedral in a salt mountain is as crazy (I mean, what's the point?!) as it impressive. We caught the bus back to the northern suburbs of Bogota, the posh part, where the shops and the (good) restaurants are. We do a bit of shopping and then go to Andre's Carne de Res restaurant for tea. This is a famous restaurant in Bogota and seemed to be a fitting venue for our last meal. The food was ...

Bogota Rocks

A travel blog entry by sashadasha

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... was the Colombia gold museum. In the pre-Columbian era gold was considered to be too sacred to be used as currency. Instead, it was for religious and spiritual rituals. The three holies included gold, the sun and jaguars. Colombia was not ruled by any New World empire such as Aztec or Inca. There were small communities, fully independent and self sufficient. Shamans were held in very high esteem. They were allowed to eat foods and wear clothing that ...

Feed the homeless and teach wounded veterans day

A travel blog entry by drenfroe

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... though. Afterwards we walked three blocks to the Sisters of Charity home for elderly women. The neighborhood is dangerous so we had to walk Ina group. Sister Mary who runs the home is definitely in control. She was concerned about us and wouldn't let us leave until the taxi arrived and she escorted us to the car. W the travelled to the Military Base and ...

Bogota, Colombia: population 9-10 million

A travel blog entry by brinndalton

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... left vs. right) has now become war between rival militias (or guerillas) for the cocaine trade.





The government run military represents a third party and is funded by the U.S. in order to fight the militias and wipe out the production and trade of cocaine. The leftist guerillas claim the military helps and funds their rivals, and therefore ultimately blames the U.S. for challenging their cause. This is ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Carrera 60 No. 22-99, Bogota, is near Casa de la Moneda, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, Maloka, and Capitolio Nacional.
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