Hamilton Court

Carrera 14 No. 81-20, Bogota, Colombia | 4 star hotel
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First day ... Raining and getting our bearings

A travel blog entry by rpdizy


... carols sung by a little mariachi band (maybe it wasn't mariachi - it was a guitar, violin and a flute -- but you have never seen a 'grinnier' guitar player!)

After that, we found our way to the local grocery store. I found a recipe for a Columbian beef stew that I wanted to make and we got the ingredients we needed (with a little help from Google Translate).

We made a quick lunch at home, and then used ...

17. Bogotá - chilly con carne!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013


... Having decided to get a night bus to our next stop, Medellin, we had a final day in Bogotá. The main highlights were being accosted by an old, tipsy man who, after asking if we were a couple, grabbed our heads to make us kiss. We also surprised some guys in a second hand clothes shop who couldn't believe there were two 'extranjeros' in their shop. They then told us they loved us. So with love in the chilly air, we made our way to the bus terminal and to ...

Bogota and Botero

A travel blog entry by beebcity


... sleeping on last night's bus ride, we attempted to have a beer at The Bogota Brewery. Though we only had enough energy for one round, we would highly recommend the place, if you like good beer, especially their Porter. Otherwise, it's a bit expensive considering we are on a backpackers budget. Our second day consisted of waking up leisurely and taking in some much needed computer time. The afternoon was spent at the Botero Museum, a ...

5 days in Bogota

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan


... Now its hot and humid, and we are being attacked my mosquitoes. Our Guide doesn't want to give up so we keep walking. Alans shirt is absolutely drenched, and we are running out of water. Finally he gives up and we head back to the river. By this time we are both exhausted, and so relieved to see the boat waiting for us.

We pack our bags and have lunch with our new found friends from the USA and the UK. The boat ride back to Iquitos is smooth going with the driver getting ...

English, Advertising, Contiki and Scary Stories

A travel blog entry by nicklarge1989


... needed me to come back, but they said no. Thank god. Unless I get a call back, I'm not going to actively pursue it anymore. I was SO far out of my comfort zone. I would much rather deal with drugs than people. However, again, it would probably have been a lot lot easier if I spoke Spanish and knew the definition of 'casting'! I didn't know which Transmilenio to catch to the interview, so I asked a teenage boy which one to take. He helped me out and then we started talking. He told me ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Chapinero area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Centro Andino, and Torre Colpatria.
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