Bogota Plaza Summit Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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... in life.
We enjoyed Tamal (a starchy maize dough with meat steamed or boiled inside a banana leaf) at a cafe round the corner before we joined a free street art tour.
La Candelaria was full with street art, it is no longer illegal and police now protect artists while they work especially when they have been given permission by property owners. It was great finding out about different artists ...
... driver will be there including the expected time of arrival, mostly within five minutes, giving you a security code. After the ride you review the trip with a score. If you are in a hurry you can offer a tip upfront, motivating a driver to come quicker. Sounds good. Now that my car is in the park I need to take a taxi to get Paul and Evi from the airport and I need to be certain about its safety, as it will be in the middle of the night. Tappsi must be the solution. Let's ...
... really uncomfortable from being up at 3:45 AM, being on a plane all day, and in a middle seat. We landed in Bogotá at 9:20 PM. I am not sure where we came in, but we took along bus ride around the whole airport before we finally arrived at the terminal. This made it practically impossible to make our connection to Cartagena at 10 PM. We had to go through immigration, then through the long baggage claim area—though our bags were supposedly checked through ...
... takes the bus!
The bus system in Bogota is quite new with modern stations and platforms and 3 sectional red buses which are long and packed to the gill! Returning from the Salt Mine Cathedral yesterday, we unfortunately got stuck in rush hour.
We were extremely lucky to have landed a seat during the 60 minute trip because to stand all that way squished like a can of sardines (while hot flashing, a menopausal side ...
... Esteban has Arabian beef and we finish very satisfied. We order ice cream to go as time is catching up to us. Ximena asks for her favorite called the "festival." It is about a quart of mixed ice cream with bananas and cake drizzled with raspberry syrup and whipped cream on top. Esteban orders a chocolate "tentacion" and I have an almond drizzle.