Hotel de la Opera
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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We stayed in a lovely boutique hotel, Hotel de la Opera. This experience was all the more special as we had to make our way to the entrance through what seemed a forest of policemen, soldiers, private security guards and body guards. All that for us? Surely, they didn't have to! In fact, the hotel is opposite the ministry of foreign affairs and it …
Spent the past 6 days scouring the city for a can opener so that I could enjoy some of the canned beans that I had bought when I arrived. Finally found one at a junk stand at a street fair. Rushed home to find that the reason no one carries can openers is that all cans here are flip top. ...
... and people selling things and sun bathing so it would have been far easier to relax here and just soak up the sun. Instead we had the pleasure of being asked every few minutes if we wanted to buy osyters or if we wanted a massage (even if you pretend to be asleep they will still ask you if you want to buy something). We said “No, gracias” so many times during the day that we were joking about making a sign that we could put on our chairs just so we could have a ...
... I returned it was gone! Someone from the bus getting off or coming onto the bus to try and steal must have taken it! Nothing valuable was stolen as I had my passport, money, cards and mobile on me. Nevertheless, I was left with only the clothes in which I had on and without my phone charger, travel information and my diary which was an inconvenience. I would like to tell you that this is an isolated experience but I met 2 fellow American girls on the way to Quito, 1 ...
... Maybe I'm getting old.
The next morning, I shower in a tribbling cold/warm shower and eat cardboard toast. I spend the rest of my morning trying to buy a bus ticket to Cali only to find out that I cannot pay for because I do not have a Columbian credit card. I spend the rest of my day walking around Bogota. It's interesting but I am not that excited about it. I noticed that there is a lot of gold for trade (buy/sell). The people don't even look at me like I'm ...