Hotel Dann Carlton Bogota
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Harry's First Rant in South America
It has been pointed out to me that my readers are already dwindling. So this one will have to be good. This will be my last blog from Bogotá, before I fly north to Cartagena on the Caribbean coast. I fly tonight. The thing I am looking forward to the most is the warm Caribbean sunshine. Because Bogotá is the coldest place on Earth. OK, maybe I exaggerate a touch, but it's up there. Antarctica, Bogotá, Siberia I believe is the top three. ...
... a shoepolisher or a woman without teeth, selling lolly pops. As people get more and more interested in shooting I decide to move a little. As I walk into one of the bigger streets I notice thousands of people enjoying the things on offer. A hughe fleemarket covers the streets. Everything we would have thrown away long ago is on sale here. Many things look as if they have just been stolen. Watches, telephones, carradios. But there are also ...
Big old capital city of 8 million people. Probably the dodgiest feeling place visited in Colombia, lots of drugged up street people begging and heard countless reports of muggings and passport thefts etc.
Visited the Museo de Oro (the Gold Museum) and went up to Montserrat Church which sits perched over Bogota accessible only by Cable Car. Luke had ink to fill his previously naked arm and we partied to celebrate the occasion. ...
... of the EU, we are married and in any case, require no via for either country. There was also mention of requiring such proof when we booked our flights. Of course we had flights booked, but didn't have the booking printed. So he requested I show him proof via email. Seeing as the airport WIFI wouldn't connect to my iPad, he did what most check in desks would do and invited me in behind the check in counter to use his internet... Are you serious? Where the hell am ...
... is approximately 5,200 feet), which means that our temperatures stay between 50 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit year round. A typical day in Bogotá starts in the low 50s, rises throughout the day to mid 60s/low 70s, and then returns to the low 50s at night. Last week I checked the weather forecast for Michigan in preparation for a short trip to the U.S. and realized it was the first time I had checked the weather in 3 months!
At the same time, ...