Hotel Dann Carlton Bogota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... thought nothing of it, but before long I had a full on fever going on and was completely rugged up and still shaking. Leesh who is the cold one of the two of us, wasn't feeling a thing so we knew there was definitely something wrong. I couldn't even get out of bed and the kitchen area was packed and it was now after 2000, so Leesh kindly chopped some fruit and random broccoli pieces for me to at least get some nutrients into me, and we decide to just have an ...
... s office on the west side. On the north east corner is the Museum where on the 20th of July 1810 the first Declaration of Indepence was made. The statue of Simon Bolivar (who else?) is the only thing built in the center.
A lot of action takes place on the square. Tourists, street vendors and locals spend their leisure time and occasionally musicians and street dancers perform here. Pigeons are frequent visitors searching for their favourite crumbs or ...
... we started heading back to the “Estación de las aguas” and we were back at the airport within one hour.
Our stay in Bogota was very short but it made us realize that Colombia might be a beautiful country worth visiting. Hopefully we´ll be back one day.
Our flight departed from Bogota at 17.45 and landed in Lima at 20.40. We started boarding our flight no. AV0625 back to Santiago de Chile at about 21.30 and 45 minutes later Gonzalo ...
... I had a love affair with Juan Valdez while in Colombia). While at OMA I had a Macchiato and Tiff had some kind of coffee with amarreto in it. This place was cool because you could order alcohol in your coffee; Jack Daniels, Bailey's, Rum, etc.
Now if Starbucks would do that I would become a loyal customer!!! lol.
While walking, we stumbled upon Plaza de Bolivar which is located in the heart of the historical area of Bogota. There were pigeons everywhere. We decided ...
... since it was banned by the Mayor), park, red light district and many graffiti areas. The bikes were poor and the guide below average (and not very safe - leading the group through red lights and the wrong way up one way streets!) so we really didn't get why it was so well reviewed, but it was a fun day all the same. Bogota, like most cities in Colombia, is situated in a valley at altitude, we can only presume since it provides a much more comfortable climate and you are away from ...