Hotel Cerros de la 19

Address: Avenida 19 No. 9-18, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida 19 No. 9-18, Bogota, is near Plaza de Bolivar, Parque Central Simon Bolivar, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, and Maloka.
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    Travel Blogs from Bogota

    Big, bad Bogota.

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... Mr Magoo had asked for directions at least 3 more times, we arrived outside my hostel. Cue comedy fancy dress costume security guard with shotgun turning up. “Can I take your bags, I am security?” frankly pal, not a chance. Mr Helpful, the friendly neighbourhood taxi driver at this point demanded his full fair - a whopping 7 x the amount it should’ve been. Thinking better of arguing in pigeon Spanish when at arms length from a shotgun, I paid ...

    National Museum, Cerro de Monserrate (city views)

    A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Aug 14, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the city which was awesome. We choose a perfect time to go up as the sky had cleared up so we got brilliant views and it was well worth the money. We got a slice of delicious pizza for dinner from a cute little shop on the side of the road and had a walk around the main plaza where there were lots of young people out drinking and socialising. Some of them were practicing for the circus by juggling or walking across a rope so that was ...

    Colombia, Mi Amor.

    A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

    49 photos

    ... Tairona remained in isolation. Regardless, many priests were hanged, women were stolen and raped, and children where forced to accept Spanish education. Later, missionaries came and also began to influence their way of life, building chapels and churches amidst their villages to train and convertthe locals.

    In the years since, the Kogi have remained in their home inthe mountains, which allows them to escape the worst effects of colonization and aids them in preserving ...

    John & Gabi's!

    A travel blog entry by mothman on May 03, 2014

    Organised a car for 80$ to take us from hotel to airport. This was only a bit more than 2 people to do shared transport, plus we left when we wanted. Took less than 2 hours, so we had plenty of time to check in, eat etc. If you leave departures after checking in bags, then head downstairs you will find a restaurant which does ok canteen style food at reasonable prices. After using up the last of our colones (they even let us ...

    Colombia Part Two: Deutschland über Alles

    A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Mar 10, 2014

    65 photos

    ... bun fight for a cab to Tulcan. From Tulcan one can take the bus to either Otavalo (two hours away) or Quito (five hours away) which happened to be our final destination. As everyone that we had spoken to at the border seemed to have plans to stay in the small town of Otavalo, we were reluctant to arrive there in the middle of the night and then not find a hostel with space. We thought we'd be smart and wait around in Tulcan until 24h00 and then take a bus to Quito ...