Hotel American Dream

Address: Av. Cra 40 No. 25 - 28, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Teusaquillo area of Bogota, is near Casa de la Moneda, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, Capitolio Nacional, and Museo Arqueologico.
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Travel Blogs from Bogota

Climbed and Climbed - Glorious Views - Hard Riding

A travel blog entry by bikeakiko on Jul 27, 2015

1 comment

... work together as well. Can hardly imagine working that hard most days. There are a few off days ( no racing) and also days when you just record your times for the ride but the big days are Mondo days where they let the racers off in minute increments and it is mano a mano combat. Chris wins the stages by a little most days but this day Phil won. Tough to race so hard and then have to ride again the next day especially with a stage like this next on
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Bogota, capital of Colombia

A travel blog entry by kayna on May 26, 2015

1 comment, 74 photos

... was followed by a classic Colombian dessert, called oblea, which is three large round wafers, filled with cheese, arequipe (similar to dulce de leche, or a caramelised sauce) and a jam. It was amazing.

We had the long drive home to Bogota next, which was uneventful. We dropped off Sophie at her place on the other side of Bogota, and reached Guillermo's place at approaching midnight. We stayed up and drank more wine. It was a good weekend.

On Monday ...

Colombia: mountains, hiking and Culture

A travel blog entry by paulandton on Feb 19, 2015

141 photos

... for hours. Street vendors are abundant here as this is one of the most touristy places in Colombia. Lots of city trippers visit Cartagena and we understand why. It has a great atmosphere, lots of little bars and restaurants and not too busy with cars. It is actually one of our favorite cities on this trip. So in between the walking around we enjoyed the occasional fruit salad, fruit juice, empenada, seafood cocktail and sweets that the street vendors had on offer. Yep we chose ...

Final day in the big city

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 22, 2014

10 photos

... Bolivar is the largest square in the city and is surrounded by old buildings, now the administrative centre of the city. The Cathedral Primada - the largest church in the country, an old shopping area and some buildings are now part of a university. On the square was a large Christmas tree! And lots of people who seemed to be having a llama party! Llamas are not indigenous to Colombia. They are brought from Peru and the people hassle you to pay to have a photo with them. ...

Gold, Salt, Soccer, and Buses

A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 12, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... is probably 70 feet tall, carved into the giant stone wall, and illuminated with gently pulsating lights. I believe they do host actual services and things there, but I was there on Monday evening and so nothing was happening. The center of the cathedral floor featured a large carved stone tablet of Michelangelo's Creation, the painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. And this was all 500 feet underground.

The ride back to Bogotá was ...