Hotel Morrison 84

Address: Calle 84 Bis N 13-54, Bogota, 350196, Colombia | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Chapinero area of Bogota, is near Casa de la Moneda, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, Coleccion Permanente de Artes Plasticas, and Orquesta Sinfonica de Colombia.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Morrison 84 Bogota

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Bogota

Day 64: Bogotá, Colombia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 12, 2014

39 photos

... and French fries. It was a great meal for US$3.50. After all of the walking around, Sarah and I were pretty tired so after stoping at the supermarket to grab some vegetables, rice, soy sauce, and fruit, we headed back to the hostel to relax for a few hours. Once it was around dinner time, we made some ginger tea and cooked up some fried rice with veggies and a side of my new favorite fruit, Pitaya (like ...

New country, new friends, new plans

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 01, 2014

120 photos

... de Santa Clara which is a small museum now. Inside there are small touch screens that explain the history of the church and details about many of the paintings inside, in much detail. The inside of the church is beautiful with a golden roof an impressive feature when you enter. A couple of other notable features were a painting of Jesus that has had a heart added to it and the now locked trap door to a crips under the church where priests would be buried back in the day. One of ...

Colombia, Mi Amor.

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

49 photos

... t see. This had been the scene a month earlier (and is each year) of one of the largest, most raucous festivals in all of Latin America. The people in this area seemed super friendly, cracked huge smiles as we rolled by. Many food vendors came on and off the bus during our brief stops.

Oh, I should also mention that Colombians are crazy about soccer. Their national soccer team had just made it to the World Cup for the first time in 12 years and conversation about it ...

The Colombia and Panama adventure

A travel blog entry by guustravels on May 15, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... in Panama. All bars closed and no alcohol for sale. :-(
On Sunday the 4th of May I took a bus to Boquete, a small town a heigher up (eternal spring). I stayed 1 night, had a really good hike, saw a quetzal bird and a saino pig.
Next day I took the night bus back to Panama City and then after 1 and a half month this trip was over. On Wednesday the 7th of May I flew back to Holland after yet another great trip.

Next trip: Spain and Portugal!! Leaving the 18th of May.

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Paloquemao ...

A travel blog entry by rpdizy on Dec 24, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... are 50 cents each, do you need to negotiate them down further? .. well, maybe just for fun :))

It got a little more challenging when we were looking for pork ribs (costillas de cerdo) and pork belly (vientre de cerdo) -- but again goggle translate was our saviour. Pork belly turned out to be a little tough to find -- but we got it. Our last find was guascas leaves (for the Ajiaco). More than one shopkeeper was amused by our approach to shopping -- but ...