Hotel Platinum Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was time to go to out. We headed to the hostel where Tina the Sanfran girl and the Frenchmen were staying and hung out there for a bit before heading out to a salsa and contemporary dance club. It was a pretty awesome spot and I met a group of Colombians there who I ended up talking with for two hours.... And I only needed to reference my phone dictionary once! We headed back to the hostel around 3:30am and I passed ...
... with tired legs we decided to push through and head on over to the Museo del Oro (gold museum) where we grabbed a coffee to energise us. This has good reviews on trip advisor and is in the Lonely Planet so was on the list of things to do, and although it may be because we were tired and it was the last stop on our super touristy day but none of us found it of huge interest once we were in and flew around the museum. I spent a bit of time on the top floor looking at various gold ...
... we crossed over a bridge and the UNESCO historic walled city was in front of us, truly one of the great cities in the world. This was a fantastic idea to come here and made even more special by the spontaneous nature
that we did it. We were dropped on Calle Media Luna, in the old city in the heart of the bohemian backpacker district of Getsemani. We walked up and down the maze of streets,
looking for a room and a little irritated and snippy with each other from ...
... br> Despite this I really enjoyed my time in Bogotá, I found it to be an interesting and diverse city which is well worth seeing, and I never felt, perhaps naively, it was any more dangerous than walking around parts of London!
Here is a brief run down of what I got up to
After experiencing 24 hours of pure transport efficiency from Lufthansa (including Toblerone and Movenpick yogurt..) arriving in ...
... run into at paloquema? Yup, there was Nestor, buying food with another group that we was guiding!
Finally, while at paloquemao, we decided to try a tamale -- just to see what it was supposed to be like when I try. I think I can do better!
Julio was waiting, and we were home by 11:15am or so. We decided to have lunch in one of the restaurants along Parque 93, and then went for a decent walk among the other parks in the area.
We walked to ...