El Marques Hotel Boutique
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... shell out any additional cash while I was there.
My Bogota tour guide met me at the airport and took me to my accommodation, Hotel Casa Deco, in the historic part of town near the mountain range to the eastof the city. The hotel was great; helpful, friendly staff who spoke great English and gave me a good map and advice for walking around the local area, a welcome drink and ...
... we had plenty of food with dinner.
After saying good bye to Esther, we found a taxi and returned to the hotel. I checked at the reception, and they had not received by suitcase yet. I took a shower, and made some preparations for our flight the next day.
I went to bed sleeping on my left side—recommended by the physical therapist. I slept fairly well, but after a couple of hours, my left hip was hurting as the ...
... the retaurant. Fortunately we are on one of the main roads in and out of town..and smartly decide to hail cab. Great decision, the cab has the air conditioning on high and five minutes and $5,000 pesos later there we are at the edge of the garrison. DayDay and I pay 50 cents a piece to use the loo and then we climb up the stairs to see what's up with reservations. Erin, foot aching from all the walking, waits at the bottom of the stairs to see if we should get a drink upstairs or ...
... late, so to keep ourselves awake we headed to a bar next door which happened to belong to a friend of our guide´s. We had stopped there on our tour and the owner seemed friendly, although unfortunately not as into our guide as she was into him. We ordered some tasty mojitos and had a good time trying to get into the party mood. We headed next door around 11:00, an appropriate time for a salsa band to be getting ready to perform on a Friday night, ...
... the city and talk to those street sellers. Their sealed pitch is brilliant, and are happy to bargain for the best price for both parties. In the old centre, the fruit sellers are ladies dressed in bright 'Carmen Miranda' style clothes, carrying their sweets and fruits on their heads. These are certified under UNESCO as national treasures. All good things come to an end and it was time to return to our ship. Our next stop in two days will be in Jamaica.