Hotel Dann Carlton Bogota
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... to drink or a snack? There's four on this block).
The weather - I was worried I'd be cold but I wore a sweater and was fine for most of it. I even got warm, it would sprinkle rain and then be partly sunny and cloudy again. Then it'd rain some more and harder but stop by 5pm. After the movie, at 9:30 I was definitely chilly walking around. But not as cold as San Francisco by the ocean after dark.
Carpaccio and quinoa being popular menu items. ...
... by its beautiful colored houses and narrow streets, its fantastic museums and the general relaxed feeling of the place.
The hostel is nice and in the evening there are many very picturesque places to eat or to have a drink, especially on Saturday when we arrived. On Sunday we went for a walk all day, and we were surprised that almost all of the central district of the city was closed to traffic and everyone went around on foot or by bicycle, an event so rare in any city of ...
Im gonna try out a blog to keep people vaguely updated but will honestly try not to blab on too much... (no promises)
So we arrived in Bogota after a bumpy bumpy flight from New York.
We stayed in Bogota for 3 days, seeing sights and getting used to Spanish!
Our hostel was so nice - family owned and the Mum of the family got up every morning and made breakfast of eggs, papaya, banana, bread, and this really nice hot chocolate which is a big ...
... t do a great deal on Sunday apart from a trip to a market across town, mainly to get lunch. And Monday involved a trip up to mount monseratte via the cable cart to get a great view across the city. And this morning (17th) just arrived in Medellin after a 10hr bus journey overnight. Which is the first if many! But now it's chucking it down and probably the main reason I'm getting round to updating this ...
... than I imagined even given the distances. Most bus rides are long not because of the distance but because most of it is driving through the mountains and most places are far from other places - think a mix of ten hour and twenty hour bus rides.
A 10 hour bus ride seemed to cost between 50,000 to 60,000 pesos depending on the the company and anything over that seemed to cost 109,000 but you can bargain though I was not successful ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center