Hotel el Campin
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... spent the next couple of hours looking up phone plans and local attractions. I wandered out again and bought some pizza (the store owner was upset when I paid for a 6,700 peso meal with a 10,000). I ate it at a plaza and just watched people. When things reopen tomorrow, I should have an extremely productive day.
Rather than sprinkling the hilarious things across my story, I've saved them all for the end:
... one of the cable cars and took the 5 minute journey back to ground level and walk back to the hostel. At the hostel Rina and Danny announced they were heading to a bar to play Tejo. Justin and I had talked about this a lot but were yet to play so we joined them and headed off onto a street I'd never been on in Bogota and into a tiny bar with no sign outside. A little into the shop the place soon opened uB into a large Tejo room with several lanes of men throwing metal rocks at ...
... Plaza Trinidad one more whirl, as we were leaving the next day. It was way more lively than the night before, we got beers and a dish from a street vendor called "patacones con todo", translated, "bananas with everything". It was quite the dish: fried green bananas, sausage, onions, hot sauce, tomatoes, little crispy fried potatoes, lettuce. A bit of a gut bomb, but tasty and filling for $3.50. The plaza was lively, street performers were out, the town seemed in festival ...
... near the famed plazaleta del Chorro de Quevedo
We spent a few days doing the touristy things in Bogota, including the incredible Museo de Oro (gold museum) containing countless artifacts from ancient Colombian cultures (the whole place was just jaw-dropping); Museo Nacional (National Museum) containing a combination of historical pieces and art pieces; Monserrate, a big mountain (3200m) with a 17th century church and shrine at the ...
... we would need to scale back up it. I don’t think we had ever sweated so much. In what may sound like a painful adventure, it was definitely rewarding with some of the most spectacular scenery witnessed.
We had our trekking companions that entertained us throughout our journey. We had the two Michaels from Poland that always kept us guessing what was in store next, Oscar and Dianna who were really ...