Hotel Costa Del Sol
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... at 8:30pm and the place was more packed than an Israeli tourist. The kitchen (one of several was a production line with each chef looking kike Jason Bourne, getting orders barked through to them via an ear piece fit for an intelligence operative. The food, wine and cocktails were exquisite though you pay through the nose as we dined inches from Bogotá's elite the most quintessentially obnoxious American I have come upon. Bloke had told us how many cars he had and celebrities ...
... months it will probably be a nice change. Yesterday was our 3rd and last full day in Bogota. We got up relatively early and took public transit to another town about 2 hours away called Zipaquirá. Zipaquirá is adorable! We walked some nice streets with vendors and cathedrals. We stopped to eat some fresh (and very large) avocado before making our way to the Cathedral de Sal. Zipaquirá was home to a salt mine for many years and when it was closed, the ...
... NO) but after that we at least had a hot shower and a place to sleep. "Dinner" finally arrived at about 1 am, after which we promptly went to sleep, only to go back at 6 am to start the process all over again. In the morning everything went fine and was really well done, but man, what a terrible overall experience! Here's to hoping that will be the worst set of mishaps this summer! We are in Cartagena now, and enjoying it, and I'll write more about that ...
... a yank and it makes a fair difference in thier attitude. Here on the coast they speak much faster than other parts, and generally cut the ends of thier words off. So Dion's favorite line is 'Despacio, por favor' .. slowly please. Very, very few people here speak English, so its tough travelling at times. I know enough to get what I want and where I want but im missing the connection with the locals. So I have decided to do ...
... at Miami, but I was told it was a "legal" connection. We got off one plane and walked down many hallways and took a short ride on the Sky Train, and we walked to our gate and they were already boarding some passengers. It wasn't stressful, but we didn't have any extra time. When we checked in, they asked us to stand to the side. For what? We didn't know. Then they told us that someone else already had our seats.