Dann Norte Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... gates away, so that wasn’t too far to go.
We got to the gate and saw a few other "happy passengers" from our flight. We arrived at the gate at 6:10 and it was to leave at 6:50. We finally boarded, and the flight left the gate at 7:15 with a cheer from me. Yay!
Our seats were not quite as nice as before, but we were in an exit row, and we had a little extra leg room. I started chatting with the young man sitting next to me as I could tell ...
... Drinking appears to be part of the rules. So just before the seven of us started to play a crate of 36 beers was delivered to us!
Armed with aguardiente, wine and beer we split into two teams and began to play. Our team consisted of Guillermo, Jayna, Ken, and Guillermo's Auntie Ampara. Ampara was a hilarious team mate, cheering and dancing when we hit the clay, yelling encouragement when we went to throw, and offering commiserations when we made ...
... A particular highlight, weirdly, was a visit to an art gallery. The Botero Gallery is a must see in Bogota, there was others including Dali and Monet but Botero's work which we didn't realise we were familiar with (having previously seen some of his sculptures on the street of Singapore and Barcelona) is comedic and beautiful. And beautifully comedic.
Ian visited an Osteopath, after much research for a much needed ...
... llama and donkey rides, kids painting and local people selling their handicrafts. After we enjoyed the atmosphere we continued on to the Gold Museum to engage in some real culture. Despite its 55,000 pieces of gold and being the biggest gold ornament collection in the world, quite frankly we were bored. No point pretending we“re interested in history when we“re not!
On our second day in Bogotį we navigated the ...
... alpaca. The highlight was definitely the church on top of the mountain where we went with the cable car. The view over Bogota was great and we tried our first coca tea. You can buy pretty much everything with coca leafs, like sweets, liquor, beer...right next to the church. The only thing we found pretty disturbing are the amounts of soldiers there, carrying big guns while ...