Casa Dann Carlton Hotel & SPA
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I must say, I have changed my mind on Bogota. Still feel like death but got up and headed out for the bike tour. Before, while eating breakfast I went on expedia and booked myself a last minute rate 4 star hotel in North Bogota, closer to the airport and where the fancy stuff is. Might as well spend my last night warm and cozy and hoping to get some sleep before the 16 hour homeward journey, lost my $15 for the night at the hostel, darn. The bike tour was fantastic. Great group of ...
... will be a lazy day. If I don't feel sick, I will probably go for a run on the ciclovia in the morning and then start my Contiki assessment (which is enormous!) A quick rant- Dear President Santos: I am so sick of public areas being tiled in Colombia! It rains so often and the tiles become ridiculously slippery! Is it so hard to put down some grip tape so I don't look like a 3 year old trying to ice skate?! Also... I just realised I have barely taken any more photos! Next blog I will. ...
... plunderen voor een Nederlands diner met stroopwafels, boterkoeken en zoute drop!
Het is prima weer in Bogota en omdat we de komende 2 weken niet over accommodatie, busritten en stadskaartjes hoeven na te denken concentreren we ons de eerste paar dagen op onze rugzakken leegmesten, onze kleren wassen en lekker koffie drinken. We worden ‘vrienden’ met de 153 jaar oude bewaker die gewapend met een aan zijn crossfietsstuur ...
... That left Yeison (my friend who lives in Bucaramanga) and I. We tried to get into the party spirit but I couldn’t even finish a beer.
When sleep dargs you under...
It’s funny waking up in a hostel. Sometimes there are more people in the morning than were there when you went to bed. At its most full, our hostel room had a Colombian guy on the top bunk, an Argentinean guy on the bottom, a single bed for Olga (Colombian), ...
... it's a train on a pulley) or cable car (the cheapest option). It doesn't take long to get up and your ears pop on the way. the guy at our hostel told us has had people come back with altitude sickness! The hill is actually 3,512 metres (10,341 ft) above sea level. Once at the top you get a feel for how big Bogota actually is. And it's freaking massive! A word of warning, our hostel advised against walking up during the week as they are ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center