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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Habitel Hotel Bogota
Travel Blogs from Bogota
... of the previous day. Shortly after the crossing, we hit the main highway, a welcome change to the gravel road, however, the wind blew hard in our faces, and once again made the going tough. A few kilometres on, we were caught by a group of ten, unsure how comfortable we felt riding in a group, we were soon more than happy to be swept along.Not knowing the rules of engagement, we were chastised a little later in the day, for not riding in single file, whoops, we ...
... Instantly, wild eyed security guards ran into the room from every existing entrance. Apparently I had inadvertently triggered an alarrn by breaking an invisible beam of light in front of the art work. Chagrined, I apologized profusely to all involved.
My takeaway lesson here was; Never stick your nose into places it does not belong!
I am quite certain Fernando would be laughing at my circumstance. .Muy Comico
... to spend more time with Melissa, so that’s an even bigger bonus. I was happy to find out that even though this is the second time I’ve changed my ticket, I still only have to pay one change fee of $85. That’s well worth it.
I got a taxi over to Melissa’s house and all the girls were getting ready and we headed off in time to get to the courts for about 8:45am. We played for an hour on one of ...
... her at 6pm, but she ended up having to work until 7pm. We went out for dinner at P.F. Changs (which I couldn't believe was in Bogota!) and had a great dinner! Melissa can’t believe that I didn’t actually like the Chinese food in China when I was there, because she felt like what she had when she was there was like P.F. Changs. Our experiences couldn’t have been more different. I hated the food in China, but I love ...
After an incredible 10 weeks, and slightly longer than planned in Central America, it was time to head to the huge continent that is South America. We have just over 4 months to cover as much ground as possible, so fingers crossed we'll see some amazing things!
The cheapest way for us to fly to the north of Colombia from Panama City ended up being a very cirquitous route via Bogota and Medellin, two cities we hope to visit ...