GHL Comfort Belvedere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... once Alyssa and I could actually talk to the people from the hostel rather than talk through Tammy the Translator). Rather than stay in the downtown area of Bogota we stayed in the La Candelaria area (pretty much the old town district of Bogota) which was great because that was where most of the sites were located. On our first full day we checked out the Museum de Oro (gold museum) and the Museo Botero (an art museum made up of Fernando Botero's own work and a whole ...
... 2 months since I've had a decent burger. Brazils burgers not only didn't satisfy but made the craving worse, so I decided to cook them myself. Unfortunately, I don't think I cooked them log enough and I had cheese on it (I think I'm lactose intolerant) and then we went drinking... Do the math. Mayra and I took a long bus ride involving 5 different busses (the bus system is really confusing in Bogotá) to the ...
... chill, carve out a little home away from home, and start to soak things in. The next morning was this. I woke before my Dad and sis, I'm always excited like a little kid when I get to a new place. I walked over to a little hostel next door called Dreamers. It was beautiful, thatched eating area, cool concrete floors, backpackers hanging about and a delicious $3 breakfast buffet including coffee, eggs, arepas and fresh fruit. Had a nice visit with a few travelers, birds chirping in ...
... with some nice scenery and it was seriously hot. There was lots of sweat. But swimming in the river every day compensated for the heat. The actual ruins were gorgeous, heaps of circular terraces the have been colonised by the forest. After all that hard work, I figured I ended some rest and relaxation! So after a day poolside in Taganga, we headed out to Tayrona National Park. After the bumpiest boat ride ever (that boat was NOT made for the ocean), we swam, ...
... lovely Zipaquera.
The Salt Cathedral is an abandoned salt mine 200m underground, which was converted into a very extravagent underground cathedral in 1932. Huge in size and with many tunnels to walk through, we were guided along the artistic stations of the cross and into the various chapels. The carvings and dim light made the cathedral quite an amazing spectacle to behold. Although it lacked the atmosphere of a cathedral. This may have had something to do ...