Hotel Presidente

Calle 23, 9-45, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
 

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Birthday fun in Bogota

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke

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Due to Zoe cooking a wonderful spag bol with 2 bulbs of garlic by my birthday I was mostly over my stinky cold. Zoe had booked a lovely little boutique hotel in for 3 days over my birthday and it was absolutely lovely having some luxury for a while. The room was large with a lovely bed, sofa, TV with sky, hot shower and wooden beams. It was just wonderful. It was raining on the day of my birthday which wasn't surprising because apparently it rains pretty much every day ...

Bogota

A travel blog entry by ls90000

... museum) was incredible, it was very western in its layout & had a fantastic collection ranging from intricate trinkets to large idols. The Fernando Botero gallery was next on the agenda. Botero is an artist who started painting people and objects much fatter than they are in reality in response to Pablo Escobar paying for ...

Paloquemao ...

A travel blog entry by rpdizy

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We had another great day. And I am not sure how we could have made it all work without the iPhone -- another big day for Wordlens and Google Translate!

We had planned to go to Paloquemao -- a market in central Bogota, kind of like St. Lawrence market in Toronto, except bigger! Since we are staying in a house here, I decided to find some Columbian recipes, and do my best to find these unusual ingredients in this awesome market. I went with "Mom's ...

Inland Colombia

A travel blog entry by pilco

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... cartel (which controlled 80% of the cocaine in Colombia at its height), Escobar was once the 7th richest man in the world.

I feel a bit naive as I rocked up to Medellin looking forward to hearing glamorous stories about the outlaws that made it such a dangerous city and more of the notorious tales that had reached my ears previously (such as Escobar paying a thousand pounds to anyone that shot a policeman in the 1990's). I ...

Columbia!

A travel blog entry by spikidle

... at the lost city itself you can at least appreciate just how big the place was. I think what truly made it great was the fantastic group of people I was with. I also learnt a new card game (********) a different version of presidents and ******** (the Canadian version) and the worlds oldest game (pudo - played with dice) so extremely successful 5 days.

- Tayrona National Park: I am been craving a beach for a while now and this ...

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