Bogota Plaza Summit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... But it was still a bit early, so we head to the Mueso del Oro or the Gold museum to have a look at the all gold artefacts from colombian history and the inca times. It's free of charge of Sunday's (normally 3000 peso I think) so it's a small win there as we didn't expect to spend long inside, as it was packed out with others avoiding the other days cover charge. We walk around inside for about 30 minutes as we watch a lot of people ta king photos and kids ...
... knew a restaurant where we could find a different party so we rocked up and the mad-cap rasta dude who appeared to run the place gave us a flyer headed 'underground rave'. Score!
So we got a taxi to Calle 121 which is basically the opposite end of the elongated city-scape and took about a half hour to get to with no traffic. Rocked up at the venue to find it was actually a rather palatial house in a nice neighbourhood. But we could hear beats pumping out ...
... amazingly fresh; in the morning it was a bit chilly but we fully enjoyed it. Both of us were fed up with summer, tropical weather and constant sweating.
After getting off the bus at the “Estación de las aguas” we started heading towards the historical center of Bogota spread around the Plaza de Bolivar (Bolivar Square). First of all, we passed through the Parque de los Periodistas. We kept on wondering why there was absolutely nobody on the ...
... full blast especially with those ear piercing horns made infamous at the last world cup. Nearly everyone was dressed in the national team yellow and as a result of their win very happy and excited. We watched the start of the game in Bolivar square the main city plaza where they had a large TV screen set up and where there was a sea of yellow. We also managed to fit in around the excitement of the game visits to the ...
... pure and simple- the deeper conversation might be around whether or not graffiti is a cause or symptom of decay. Setting aside a few back alley streets for this ‘art’ as Toronto has done is an interesting experiment but allowing it everywhere seems to be a sign of societal surrender.
Before graffiti, Bogota was a jump off point for the many Spanish mercenaries searching for El Dorado - this was the term used by Europeans to describe a ...