Hotel el Campin
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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 …
... watching this table of three Colombian couples in which one of the women, bedecked in jewels, basically held court the entire time like the godfather while all three of the men sipped scotch and nodded their heads so as to feign interest in the conversation. We had a bet going that the woman´s husband might not speak the entire meal, and might instead have five glasses of scotch. We were correct. Anyway, the long and short is that we ...
... meals, but I guess every meal can’t be great.
After lunch we went up to see the lagoon at Nuesa that is way up on top of this hill, but by the time we got there it was 4:55pm and the park closed at 5pm. Of course they didn’t let us in, so we had to just turn around and head back. It’s a shame because it looked like it would've been a really nice place to visit, but I guess ...
... although we had to be careful not to be too obvious in showing our amusement! After a quick wander into the centre of La Candelaria and an unsuccessful attempt to find a tourist information office (it just wasn't there!), we went off to find some dinner. This, too, proved difficult... it turns out Colombians like eating dinner at home and pretty much everything was shut. We managed, eventually, to find some food before moving across to the Bogota Beer Company's bar ...
... day as we passed a Fox Sports van). After he had finished his report, we walked over and had a chat and photo with him. Nice bloke! We got back to Copacabana in time to head to our spot by the water on Copacabana Beach to watch the Argentina v Holland semi-final on the Fan Fest big screen. The area was packed with Argentineans, who were singing throughout the whole match but really came alive at the end as Argentina prevailed in penalties after another 120 ...