Embassy Suites Hotel Bogota-Rosales

Calle 70 / 6-22, Bogota, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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Bogota: Foodie Paradise

A travel blog entry by calivoodoo

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Let me cut right to the chase: I am absolutely blown away by the food culture in Bogota! In fact, I could write this entire entry just about the food here. In addition to noshing on wonderful street food—including empanadas, crepes, pasteles de pollo (flaky phyllo dough pastries stuffed with chicken and rice), and arepas (thick corn tortillas …

Venezuela, Colombia está contigo

A travel blog entry by maexme

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... monument in Bogotá. I went there for lunch with my parents, and as we were parking I saw on the side of the monument, right next to the statue of Simon Bolivar, a peaceful and very well attended demonstrtation for Venezuela.
Over the past weeks the situation in Venezuela has escalated, and violence in demonstration, which start peacefully, is no longer rare: people are losing their lifes in both ...

Paloquemao ...

A travel blog entry by rpdizy

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... are 50 cents each, do you need to negotiate them down further? .. well, maybe just for fun :))

It got a little more challenging when we were looking for pork ribs (costillas de cerdo) and pork belly (vientre de cerdo) -- but again goggle translate was our saviour. Pork belly turned out to be a little tough to find -- but we got it. Our last find was guascas leaves (for the Ajiaco). More than one shopkeeper was amused by our approach to shopping -- but ...

17. Bogotá - chilly con carne!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

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... LOVE a photo). We treated ourselves after so much intellectual stimulation to a massive 'almuerzo' (lunch) consisting of 'ajiaco' (a thick soup), meat/chicken, rice, plantain, veg/salad, potatoes and juice for 6000 pesos each (£2 each). We also went out for some drinks with Alison and Will, 2 Americans from our hostel. Our other cultural delights were: the Salt Cathedral at Zipaquirá (a series of salt mines which were converted into chapels in ...

Back in Bogotá to join Fedra

A travel blog entry by cecilia74

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... wi ll.html === Saturday 26th January Leaving Bogotá We got an 8 a.m. taxi to the bus terminal. The driver was a bit grumpy because we had discussed the price he mentioned. But in the end the meter turned out cheaper than he had said, and I gave him a tip, the sun came out in his brilliant smile and I had made his day. By the way, did you know that in Colombia a tip (fooi) is called 'para tinto' = 'for coffee'? They call black coffee ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Chapinero area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Plaza Del Chorro Del Quevedo, and Torre Colpatria.
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