Hotel Hospederia San Carlos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... mingled amongst everyday living with pockets of its dark side there to see. I hung out with a German girl,Sarah. We did the graffiti tour which opens your eyes to all the little details you probably wouldn't normally see. Like these molded face masks in various little places and hidden little messages within the work and the iron sculptures on top of buildings. The rest of the time we spent eating, we visited Crepes ...
... everything came to a grinding halt as the politics of the era bought in the FARC guerrillas and devastation to Bogota.The tourist sites became no go areas and crime was rampant as the tourist sector and many other sectors crashed to the ground.All Henry's hard work was washed away.he opened up a small shop to try and make ends meet.The Government then went on an all out offensive to wipe FARC off the map and their robust and extremely violent tactics worked but it came at ...
... like a gigantic anthill. The traffic continues day and night, which means the whistle blows do too, though by sundown most people are crowding the huge central plaza where live music can be heard and drinks can be had for three times what they cost in Bogota. Thankfully, the cacophony of music coming from all directions you normally hear as the locals compete to blow out their speakers isn't an issue.
Since Villa ...
... best I could. The food was great, and the wine was even better. It seems like there are great little eateries here.
VDL is a great town for strolling and hiking. I might try to some of that tomorrow. It's also extremely safe. I also need to purchase my bus ticket for Friday morning. I'll pretty much be moving every two days. It's kind of nuts, but I wanted to be able to see as much as possible, so we'll see how it goes.
... get one more great night’s sleep and head north to San Gil tomorrow.
On Wednesday, we arrived in Villa de Leyva, a village four hours north of Bogotá and took a taxi to our hostel. It is a lot like our hostel in San Agustín because there are a lot of outdoor ...