Hotel el Campin

Address: Carrera 25 No. 52 - 35, Bogota, Colombia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Los Mártires area of Bogota, is near Old Bogota (La Candelaria), Casa de la Moneda, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, and Coleccion Permanente de Artes Plasticas.
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      A travel blog entry by the_team123 on Jan 21, 2015

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      Take a bus from El Dorado International Airport, to Holiday Inn Bogota (airport hotel).Then walk to Hotel El Campin, which is 59$ a night or 140573.40 pesos.
      $1,269-59 which is $1,210 Or 2882946.00 pesos left over.
      Because of $100 dollar salary, for food and lodging. $1,210 + 100= $1,310 or 20047.98 pesos left over.

      We met a group …

      Colombia: mountains, hiking and Culture

      A travel blog entry by paulandton on Feb 19, 2015

      141 photos

      ... this is the place to be in Colombia. But we were in a relax mode so nothing of this for us. We went one day to the village of Barichara. Like Villa de Leyva but then smaller and even prettier. From Barichara you can walk down to Guane along "El Camino Real". A leisurely stroll downhill with nice views. After a short break in Guane we decided not to wait for the bus but hike back up to Barichara. Our last hike of the trip! The last day, before we headed to Bogota, we ...

      Bogota

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Oct 06, 2014

      24 photos

      ... system and one current for the country. The collection of coins and bank notes was incredible. Everything from the early gold and silver coins, to the introduction of other metals to make coins. The coins were made with lesser grade metals as the Colombians were trading and exporting the gold and silver coins overseas or hoarding them. The introduction of bank notes was not welcomed as people did not see how paper money could be worth more than the gold or silver, the government ...

      Up in the air - panic, chaos and disorder

      A travel blog entry by col_pilkington on Sep 02, 2014

      ... once there there was a distinct lack of energy or urgency to check people in which to a European is very frustrating! However thinking the worst was over was a big mistake. Security was worse. It was clear that passengers had no idea what to do and they blankly looked at the trays and the x ray machine and then tried to walk through with more metal than terminator! By the time I finally got through I didn't even have time for my routine coffee. First world issues I ...

      From the countryside to Bogotá

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jul 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... 0px; padding: 0px;">Once inside the hotel, there was a double bolt on the door, it was actually very nice. Our room was on the small side and overlooked the street outside and what might have been a scrapyard or maybe just an empty block opposite. It seems that the drunks and junkies use this area for sleeping and ******** - yep, one of the guys just dropped his pants and shat on the pavement.

      We went for ...