Estelar Apartamentos Bogota
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... we walked past earlier. So it's a fairly late start by the time, we are showered and ready to attack Bogota. They told us last night our room would be ready by 0900 to transfer into so we wait around and by 1000, we ask someone if it was ready and are told its 15 minutes away. Not impressed, but we hang around and sure enough, a clean room to throw our stuff and get out of this place is available. Having read online about Sunday's in Bogota with roads blocked off ...
... of the Angerfist night and he'd try to get us tickets. So the plan was first to do the organised tour to 'Andres Carne de Res'. This is basically a steakhouse and recommended in the Lonely Planet as a must do splurge. Everyone says its the most amazing restaurant in the world. After that we'd head to the Angerfist party. Jobs a good'n.
Unfortunately geezer didn't come through with the tickets and when we looked at the menu online for Andres we suddenly ...
... City we first headed to the tourist information center where a very nice young lady advised us to take the “Alimentador", a green bus with “Transmilenio” on the side, to the main station called “Portal El Dorado”. These buses are surprisingly free of charge. At the main station we bought a single ticket for COP 1,500 (exchange rate: USD 1 = COP 2,446). As we were headed to La Candelaria we hopped on a bus with numbers starting with ...
We definitely made up for our lack of sleep last night and staggered up to breakfast at the Platypus just before it finished at 10. We were helped with our lack of English by another diner who we later found out is our tour leader. We had a fantastic day exploring inner city Bogota which was made much more exciting by the high adrenaline of the locals as Columbia was playing their knockout world cup match. The noise level all ...
... this art form). He did attempt to convince us of the social commentary represented by some of the murals without teeth and big eyes, but outside of idolizing Eric Snowdon most of the messaging was quite tame given the less-than-understanding perspectives of local authorities (not sure a Columbian jail is where you want to earn your street paint cred). He really came at us with enthusiasm and his belief that he was bringing art to the masses, but it was hard not to see this ...