Hotel Ambala

Address: Carrera 5 No. 13-46, Bogota, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 20 de Julio area of Bogota, is near Casa Museo Quinta de Bolivar, Iglesia Museo Santa Clara, Palacio de Narino, and Orquesta Sinfonica de Colombia.
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      Bogota Part I: A Foodie City I could live in

      A travel blog entry by eliswift4 on Jan 13, 2015

      74 photos

      ... at what time of day, but I would venture a guess that some places of Houston are equally seedy if you happen to walk upon them in the middle of the night. The city was bustling and had some great neighborhoods up in the foothills of the Andes. There were police guards at almost every other stoplight to ensure the safety of the civilians. (Also, probably to give the 18-year-olds, who must spend an obligatory year in the Colombian police ...


      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Oct 06, 2014

      24 photos

      ... men and finally an old man walked us to the bus portal we needed. He was lovely. First bus done and we had to find the second bus at an even larger terminal where we met Paul another USAn. He asked if we were doing the cathedral and joined us for the day. I was expecting a normal looking church made out of salt bricks but no what we got was an old salt mine converted into a church. We walked underground for about 2 hours or so looking at the different chambers each with a large cross ...

      First Stop: Bogota

      A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Jul 01, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... s house (which was heavily guarded by soldiers that didnīt look a day over 18), and eventually made our way back to our hostel. And thatīs when our first minor mishap happened.... we were planning to head to Cartagena tomorrow morning, but between this morning and now the prices rose and then as we were looking at it, the morning flight got sold out! So, we paid more to go later than we wanted, but we will be heading there tomorrow and avoiding a 20 hours bus ride in the ...

      Colombia, Mi Amor.

      A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

      49 photos

      ... therefore the purity of nature.

      The Kogi live in a series of villages containing circular huts made of stone, mud, and palm leaves. Men live in a separate hut from the women and children. Each village contains a large hut called a "nuhue" or temple where only men are allowed. In the "nuhue" many things are
      discussed and decisions are made. Divination and concentration also occur in these temples. Women are not allowed because the Kogi believe that women are more ...

      Monserrate ...

      A travel blog entry by rpdizy on Dec 26, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... at the top of the mountain. Four of these Brothers asked the Archbishop for permission to build a chapel at the top of the mountain, and the stations of the cross on the trail on the way up. Of course, they had to decide on a name, so Pedro Solis (one of the founders) had an uncle who was an abbot at the Montserrat sanctuary in Spain, so that is how they named it. I love that!

      We didn't spend too much time at the top -- ...