Bogota Plaza Summit Hotel

Address: Calle 100 No. 18 A -30, Bogota, 14225, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santa Bárbara area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Centro Andino, and Museo de Arte Colonial.
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    Big, bad Bogota.

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... we finally rocked up as what I can only describe as a a council estate on heat. “Candeleria?” the driver exclaimed. I showed him the map and the address, again, and he called his mate - meter still running obviously. Apparently we’d gone to the Candeleria out of town for some unknown reason, and not the extremely well known tourist hub in the middle of town. At this point I started to get the jist of what was happening. Another 45 minutes ...

    Day 63: Bogotá, Colombia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... and they could take me directly to the station. We talked the whole way there and exchanged contact info. They said the next time I come to Bogotá I need to contact them because they want to have me over for a meal and to hang out. Missing that taxi turned into a great experience! I caught the last bus at the main station but the connection was done running by this point, so I took a cab to the hostel. Everyone was already passed out so I followed suit, satisfied with an amazing ...

    Colombia, Mi Amor.

    A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

    49 photos

    ... their necks. They lived not much differently from modern day Kogi. Before the Spanish conquistadors arrived, the Tairona were forced to move into the highlands when the Caribs invaded around 1000 CE.

    The decision to flee to the mountains proved beneficial and strategic by the time the Spanish entered modern-day Colombia in the 15th century. In 1498, the Spanish arrived in Northern Colombia where they began to enslave indigenous groups. Threatened by dogs and soldiers ...

    John & Gabi's!

    A travel blog entry by mothman on May 03, 2014

    ... 5 cents as we explained what we wrer doing!), we went through immigration, ready for our Avianca flight to Bogota.

    Plane was nice and new with in flight entertainments despite only being a 2 hourish flight. Food also provided, but not the best.. Plane wasnt full.

    Arrived in Bogota on time and big queues to get through immigration etc, took ages, and then we met John and Gabi, our Brighton friends now ...

    A long drive in to Bogota

    A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Feb 20, 2014

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    A lot of moaning and groaning about
    sore bums at breakfast after the riding yesterday, and back on to the truck to
    go through the beautiful mountains in to Bogota, the capital of Colombia.

    Bogota is a bit of an unknown
    quantity – they didn’t do it last year as they went through Venezuala, and all
    we have heard is that it can be a bit dodgy – a ‘go out in groups and at night
    get a taxi everywhere that you ...