Bogota Plaza Summit Hotel
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... is approximately 5,200 feet), which means that our temperatures stay between 50 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit year round. A typical day in Bogotá starts in the low 50s, rises throughout the day to mid 60s/low 70s, and then returns to the low 50s at night. Last week I checked the weather forecast for Michigan in preparation for a short trip to the U.S. and realized it was the first time I had checked the weather in 3 months!
At the same time, ...
... s French friends are staying to grab my tuner and favorite pick, which I left there the day before. We decided to chill and hang our for a bit. I got to chat with her French friend, a cool guy named Avy (whom I partied with the night before) who was playing good soul tunes from his computer and a girl from the San Francisco area named Tina. It's nice to catch up with an American from time to time. It was getting later and I had made the decision that I wanted to move my things ...
... knew we would make the best of it, a new adventure to unwrap. So now I fly to Atlanta, soon to meet Annie and on to Bogota. Touched down, waited about an hour for Annie, her plane from Nashville had been delayed.
Popped into a little airport pub in Atlanta, a bubbly African American waitress named Tia told me all about her birthday the next day and planned drive and celebration in New Orleans with two girlfriends. I saw the sparkle in her eye, I told her I was about to meet ...
... just want to get on with things
and condemn those that cause the problems.
Anyway, we headed to the main
park, where among other things they have a huge outside ampitheatre – coldplay,
the rolling stones and guns and roses etc have all played there, and there is a
huge lake you can row around. Nice and picturesque and some lovely views back
towards the city. The guide asked us if we wanted to have a look at the red
light district which ...
Cartagena is a really relaxed city that’s split into the old and new section. There is this wall they built that is 11km long that surrounds the old city. This is where we spent most of our time checking out the buildings, shops and markets.
We also found another lemonade vendor. Couldn’t resist the temptation to indulge in another cup or ...