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Got a taxi to Quito airport and had an Eddie rockets before check in. We were flying with Viva Colombia and let me tell you they are a worse version of Ryanair with all their hidden charges and extra requirements. There supposedly the low cost airline in the region but the 1.5 hour flight still ended up costing us $200. Transport and flights are the biggest killer when your travelling South America. Generally the options are to sit on a bus ...
... We'd heard a lot about him on our travels to date. We took a quick look around Bolivar's house and gardens. There were some period pieces, as well as his bedroom, and a replica of his sword. Well, what some people think is his sword, though historians think it's probably not his.
Next we wandered into La Candelaria area. We decided to stop for a late lunch (4.30pm...) and then kept going, to see the Presidential Palace, followed by Plaza de Bolivar, the ...
... a really sketchy neighborhood--Mario says "put your purses on the floor" and hope we don't get stopped. He didn't say that last part but I was sure thinking it.
Bob and I took a taxi up there a couple days later and although crowded, it was ...
... 8220;J” (if I remember it well). We got off the bus at the very last station called “Estación de las aguas”.
What we noticed right away and found it actually a bit weird was the fact that there was no traffic in the city of Bogota on Monday morning. In fact all main streets had been converted into a cycle path used by loads of cyclists and roller skaters. The climate was so different from what we were used to. Thanks to a higher altitude the ...
... summit contains restaurants, cafeteria, souvenir shops and many smaller tourist facilities. Monserrate can be accessed by aerial tramway, a funicular or by climbing, the preferred way of pilgrims. We decided to use the funicular. All downtown Bogotá, south Bogotá and some sections of the north of the city are visible facing west, making it a popular destination for watching the sun set over the city (which is exactly what we came there ...