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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... massive. It was like a low budget Museum of Natural History. It didn’t take long to go through the museum, maybe 15 minutes, and then I was back on the road again. This was when I started to notice that every time I hit a bump, the seat would get knocked down to the base. That was pretty annoying. I had to keep stopping to adjust it, otherwise I was going to knock myself out with a knee to the face.
I got to the next stop which ...
... from the middle of the plaza, with the crowd making epic proportions of noise both vocally and with air horns for the entire match. With the rain setting in and Colombia losing a terrible/ dirty match we made a hasty exit. We didn't see or hear of any trouble that evening Justin and I had agreed we needed to stop extending and that Saturday would be our last night in Cranky Croc. Otherwise neither of us would see any more of Colombia! We'd decided to stay Saturday night as the hostel runs ...
... years when I have felt a place might be a bit dodgy, I look everyone I see right in the eyes, try to walk with strength and conviction, sometimes I get loud if I need to. My thought has always been that thieves will choose and easy victim, not someone who seems to know exactly what is going on and speaks in the local language. Obviously, there are common sense things like not taking your money out in common visible area, not wandering off to isolated areas or allowing yourself to ...
... pigs racing! Actually it was gambling dive you could put money on them. In the afternoon on our way back I accidentally tripped over the man dressed like a zombies money can and he decided to seek revenge by scaring me to death. I screamed as everyone looked as laughed at me..embarrassing! Back at the hostel we had noodles for dinner, met a lovely designer from popayan and had an early ...
... The food's pretty good. And life is relatively affordable. But there's something else--something I can't put my finger on--that attracts me to both Bogotá and Buenos Aires.
At about 8,600 feet above sea level, Bogotá is nestled in between a lush mountain, Monserrate, and the Bogotá River. I was staying downtown, in the historic center - also known as the Candalaria.
One of the first things I did was meet up ...