Hotel America Bogota
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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I tried going into the city but it wasn't much fun. I had a bit of look around but I really didn't enjoy it much. The only museum I wanted to see was closed on a Tuesday. The rest was pretty depressing although there are are lot of people in suits going to work.
Women here wear jeans tight and either high heels or boots - quite a good look. I keep forgetting to get the spanish to ask ...
... are clean and that is the most imortant thing. There is a woodstove to take the chill off the evening air and more than enough blankets. Coco prepaires me a meal and while we eat it we get acquainted. An excellent moment to finish the red wine I opened while camping with Emmelie and the bottle of white wine we bought in what? Santa Cruz?. Doesn't matter. They both taste good. Coco is fanatically into protecting the environment, likes gardening and only uses rainwater if ...
We said a fond goodbye to our Colombia guides, Suly and Robert in Salento and hopped a taxi for Armenia (no not Eastern Europe) for our flight to Bogota.
On the way, the taxi was stopped at a traffic light and out jumped two buskers, juggling for tips in the middle of the road. Brave, but a bit 'estupidio'.
Our accommodations left Liz questioning Arlin's 'grand plan'.
We stayed in a ...
... poor and weak against the rich and powerful classes of the country, demanding the completion of true land and political reform, from an openly Communist perspective.Emerging in the late 1970s, powerful and violent drug cartels further developed during the 1980s and 1990s. The Medellín Cartel under Pablo Escobar and the Cali ...
... llama and donkey rides, kids painting and local people selling their handicrafts. After we enjoyed the atmosphere we continued on to the Gold Museum to engage in some real culture. Despite its 55,000 pieces of gold and being the biggest gold ornament collection in the world, quite frankly we were bored. No point pretending we´re interested in history when we´re not!
On our second day in Bogotá we navigated the ...