Hotel el Campin
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... to the street we got off the bus and see if we could flag down the bus from there. The way the buses work here is so funny. You can get the local small buses from anywhere. If your on the road you just put your hand out and they stop (hence why the journeys take so long with all the stopping and starting!). Anyway, it worked for us, we got the bus back to portal del north and it took much less time on the way back too (typical!). Then ...
... coming in to, was the same one we would fly out of, so there would be no problem. Miami is a huge airport, and sometimes if you have to change terminals, one has to walk at a good clip for 15 minutes just to get to the other terminal. Then if you have to go through security, that could add another hour.
The only problem with the terminal we arrived at is that there is only one restaurant, and it is expenisive in my opinion, and the food is not ...
After 2 nights at the hotel - we repacked and off we went to the north where we were staying with a CouchSurfing host Juan Manuel and his dog Yuki. It was a wierd experience for me - I have been part of the CS community for a wee while now but never stayed with anyone. I had posted a general ad saying we needed somewhere to stay - add had an influx of responses! I picked a guy who had about 50 references, pics and good feedback and in a nice area. We arrived to a very ...
... 8230;the “Cathedral of ****!” What a waste of time!!!
In the evening we decided to go out to the posh part of Bogota, the Zona Rosa, which is not a red light district, but a very, very upmarket part of town with shops, bars and restaurants. It was spectacular but had the prices of Mayfair so mostly we looked and supped on a single drink before deciding we should move on before imminent bankruptcy ensued. If you have a decent amount of ...
... cheese, rice, and a tossed salad. We had great conversation. Then after dinner, we played a Spanish version of "Cranium." It was called "Genios." We had fun. Some of the questions were questions that only a Hispanic person would know as they related to Spanish books, artists, or other Spanish culture, but some of the questions were generic and they allowed us to have them.
We got a taxi to come home, and by that ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking