Hotel Charlotte Bogota

AC 15 (Paseo del Country) No. 87-06, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by hkcrosby


... we still did) but they helped us out a lot with getting to the bus station etc. Nothing too important went we still have our passports + cameras.

So we set off for Santa Marta on a night bus which had to come down about 2000m altitude from the mountains - very windy roads and big views of lights in cities below, and slightly scary fast driving! But the buses in Colombia are almost as comfy as Peru and so we got to hot hot Santa Marta fine.


We've spent a million already!

A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... caught a bus then metro to town and back. Chris has found a replacement for his jandals, we got quite good at asking the shop keepers if they had "muy grande zandales" (very large sandals). Tomorrow we head to a more central hostel called the Black Sheep, run by a kiwi guy, we have 2 nights there, including New Years and on the 1st Jan we head to Cali. So this is probably all you'll get from us until next year. Happy New Year to you all!

Food and bicycles in Bogota

A travel blog entry by bellashauna


... for a few minutes while I ran there. I arrived to a ready bicycle, a German couple, and Mike, who owned the company and led the tours. Our first stop was in the Plaza del Periodisto, the journalists plaza where the Bogota daily paper used to be headquartered. Fitting since Mike was a former journalist from Walnut Creek and the German woman was a journalist for a philosophy magazine. Throw in her boyfriend, who is a physicist, and myself, and we made quite ...

The Unseen and Cool Bogota (only for foreigners)

A travel blog entry by brianleon


... that began since the independence war when general Bolivar had the help of a group of a brave british legion gions

Also if you have the time in Bogota you can visit the British cementery in the 26 ...

Here we go again

A travel blog entry by steffandcat


... shared a cab and off we went. We stayed in La Candelaria, which is the oldest section of town with cobbled streets, the best grafitti in town, churches and places to eat. Bogota is also home to the boldest city pigeons in the world. I swear we could have stepped on one if we wanted to. When we ran through them, they looked at us as if to say, “And who are you to make me move?” We wanted to explore the city so we picked up the hostel map ...


This hotel, located in the Chapinero area of Bogota, is near Old Bogota (La Candelaria), Casa de la Moneda, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, and Museo Arqueologico.
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