Crowne Plaza Tequendama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... time, met some beautiful people, seen incredible sights and experienced Mother Nature doing her thing in the most breathtaking way. The highlight? Galápagos for sure, closely followed by the Pantanal. It's too difficult to rate every place we have been but our opinions are pretty much the same with our 'loves and hates.' In terms of countries, Ecuador and Brazil are at the top of the list, both for their wildlife and historical cities. Rio... wow! Bolivia ...
... The flight was short at 50 minutes. This meant that the three flight attendants did not provide any services. Which was ok, or so we thought. We tried to land in Pereira. At the last minute, the pilot pulled up. I mean at the very last minute. It was rather unnerving to everyone because we did mot know what was going on. Turns out it was too foggy to land, and at the last minute the pilot made the decision to abort. Next, ...
... in the halted traffic simply got out of their vehicles and enjoyed the show as spectators. Gustavo, the driver of our van (and our guide at the mine) joined us in listening to American music and eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that we had packed until the race ended and the traffic began to move, nearly an hour later. It seems as though Colombians are much more patient in traffic than Americans. When we finally arrived bag in Bogotá, we stopped at one of ...
... group. We continued through the extremely busy streets of La Candelaria, wizzing past emerald dealer and juice vendors. We stopped at the site of the assassination of Jorge Eliécer Gaitán, and heard how this incited the Bogotazo riots. We weaved up and down the tall sidewalks, crossing streets and avoiding carts, people, vehicles. It wasn't an easy ride. Mike brought us to an alley with good street art, and took us through an industrial area to a huge ...
... a dirt road with absolutely nothing in site, bar a couple of farms. Not wanting to have to retrace our steps, we asked a nearby farmer how to get back to town. Luckily I understood enough of the conversation to lead us back to a dirt road that we recognised, and an hour later we were at the bus stop, waiting with the locals for the bus back to Bogota. Mission complete! When we got back to town, we celebrated with ...