Hotel el Campin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 …
Yesterday was another tourist day. Sarah and I were planning on heading outside the city with Wafaa and her friends but found out last minute that there wasn't space in the car, so we decided to just walk around Candelaria and visit some of the famous museums. We went to the Museo de Policía, which was a museum about the police of Colombia and how they fought the drug lords out of the city. We also went to ...
... I said goodbye to my traveling friends, many of whom I may see again soon in Bogotá or much later in my trip; Steven and I are planning on meeting up in Uruguay in November if possible. I took another tuk tuk to the airport and took my flight to Bogotá on LAN Airlines. I slept most of the way, aside from when I was woken for the complementary snack of yuca chips, coconut candy and orange juice. We landed on schedule around 5:10pm. I switched my phone chip in ...
... square. The big crowd booed the police loudly, the consensus were that they were bothering people who were causing no harm.
The people pelted the police with fruit as they were dragging one of the musicians away. I don't know the whole story but it didn't look good. The Colombian Houston guy said "the police are corrupt, they just extort money from people they arrest". a reminder that no place is perfect and people given power will more often than not abuse it. For ...
... police watch from the side lines, the day goes on and people drink more and more, things escalate, tear gas is thrown, people disperse. Fun for the whole family. So the next day, when labour day dawned, we emerged from our hostel with caution. We had planned to go back to the Botero museum to check out an exhibition we missed the time before. But being labour day all the museums were closed. So instead we went to plan B for entertainment, checking out the rally. It was still early in ...