Hotel el Campin
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... hour on the ******n tarmac at Bogota airport, and then a whole 30mins in the air to get to Medellin. We catch a cab to our hotel and the reception staff member is quite clearly a sourpuss, which we would come to encounter over the next few days. When we asked politely if we could have a more quiet room, she abruptly informed us that all the rooms are quiet and handed us the key. Tomorrow we're going to catch the bus out to El Penol and climb the massive rock. 700 steps. Can't ...
Imagine a place that rained heavily every day at around 3pm for at least a few hours.... We flew to Bogota on Sunday evening. Our taxi driver was a sweet little old man but his driving skills were questionable as he swerved between lanes, cutting off other vehicles with no hesitation and basically no clue what he was doing or where he was going! Our hostel, Fulano Backpackers was a new hostel in a nice area - quite a distance away from La Candalaria which is where most ...
... smile on her face tells the story.
That night it was Dad’s 60th birthday back in Australia. We tried for a while to contact him and didn’t have any luck. A Facebook post and email would have to suffice. We did get onto Fiona though and she showed us two goannas humping outside her work. Good to know Australia is still ...
... gold museum. We looked at how the pre espanics worked and moulded the gold. It is quite amazing how they discovered how to gild items using scientific techniques but very basic tools. We saw a serious number of gold artefacts and were locked in a 'special room' to listen to some shaman chanting. The afternoon was spent on a Bogota beer company crawl. In the first we sampled some beer and had a very nice pub lunch. We then went in search of tee shirts, as ...
... city. Just watch your pockets; some people are on the bus for the wrong reason.
When we were in the centre of the city we walked on the roads that just last year were shut down to traffic permanently, European style. Imagine Yonge Street completely closed to traffic from Bloor all the way to the lake along with some of the side streets. Lots of great museums were free or at a very low cost.
The first museum ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking