Chateau 93

Carrera 18 No. 93-15, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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Bogota Day 1

A travel blog entry by jessi330


... Chanel, The North Face, Merrell etc. Cine third floor. Showing for Malefica at 6:20 great it's 5:30. We buy tickets, choose our seats and it's in 3d so we have to buy glasses. (We get to keep them). All said, 33,000 pesos.

We decide to get Juan Valdez again and it takes forever. 4-5 preppy guys ******* around in front of us. I have no idea but it took forever to order. Then it's practically time to go.
We buy combo #2 - 2 medium pops and a ...

El Dorado

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... subito durante il nostro prossimo viaggio: ci aspetta una notte di autobus, ed è da un bel po’ che non ne facciamo, fino alla Zona Cafetera. Viste le nostre prime esperienze in questo Paese, non partiamo molto ottimisti: credo ci aspettino aria condizionata con temperature polari, ritardi immotivati, ore di arrivo indecifrabili, strade con centinaia di lavori in corso e una notte insonne; vedremo, comunque vada ci sveglieremo con un buon caffè in quel di Salento.

Sorry lady, you're going to have to come with us

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... price and left in search of food. We found some nourishment in every sense of the word, in an English pub run by a Londoner, that did a Sunday Roast with all the trimmings plus apple pie and custard - oh yes! Bogota isn't as bad as we feared, the hotel was in a more up market middle class area, right by the metro stop and is surrounded by loads of flower stalls and a funeral home. The flowers were amazing, but despite the stall holders calling to us we resisted ...

Second Time Lucky, On Friday the 13th...

A travel blog entry by pearson135


... and having to sprint across Charles de Gaulle airport to catch my flight to Bogota added to the fun. But it also meant that once I landed and went through immigration and down to the baggage carousels I waited and waited but no bag came though. It was still stuck in Paris!!! Friday the 13th? But still headed over to my hostel which is nice but quieter than expected and had myself a beer. And for a ...


A travel blog entry by spikidle

... at the lost city itself you can at least appreciate just how big the place was. I think what truly made it great was the fantastic group of people I was with. I also learnt a new card game (********) a different version of presidents and ******** (the Canadian version) and the worlds oldest game (pudo - played with dice) so extremely successful 5 days.

- Tayrona National Park: I am been craving a beach for a while now and this ...


This hotel, located in the Chapinero area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Centro Andino, and Torre Colpatria.
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