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... a great Peruvian lunch started with a pisco sour, that was either exceptionally strong and had us on our ear for a while, or we have become lightweights. Had brilliant cerviche. After lunch we strolled around the market place and knowing we have now no space in our bags, proceeded to buy 4kg of coffee, a t-shirt, a handbag, fridge magnet, table mats, an awesome mobile (why I am not sure) and to top it off Al ordered a leather jacket to ...
Day 2 started at 9am. I woke up, got ready, and started to pack my bag. We went down for the hotel breakfast, which was once again delicious. Afterwards, we all packed our bags and checked out of the hotel. Mark had heard about Calle 10 from us, and really wanted to go there to shop. We loved it so much we weren't really opposed to a return trip. So we went to the Transmilenio station and took it to Avenida Jimenez. Once we got off there, we walked up Calle 10 and noticed it was even ...
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One wing in the museum contains Botero’s private collection of European paintings, which he donated to the City; the rest of the museum is Botero's work.
Museo de Oro
This is the largest pre Hispanic gold collection in the world. It is very impressive and the best part is at the end when you are put in a room with the most valuable objects and given a short of show. This is a must on any trip to Bogota.
... and they could take me directly to the station. We talked the whole way there and exchanged contact info. They said the next time I come to Bogotá I need to contact them because they want to have me over for a meal and to hang out. Missing that taxi turned into a great experience! I caught the last bus at the main station but the connection was done running by this point, so I took a cab to the hostel. Everyone was already passed out so I followed suit, satisfied with an amazing ...
... on the amazing underground Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá. Around 1932, salt miners had carved a sanctuary, as a place for their daily prayers asking for the protection of the saints before starting their dangerous work. Later the construction of a bigger project was begun: the Salt Cathedral which was inaugurated in 1954 and dedicated to Our Lady of Rosary, the Patron Saint of miners. It was composed of three naves and a monumental cross but, as the church was carved ...