Hotel Presidente

Address: Calle 23, 9-45, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Bosa area of Bogota.
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Travel Blogs from Bogota

Day 58: Leticia and Bogotá, Colombia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 06, 2014

6 photos

... region), a bowl of bacon soup in chicken broth with potato, bacon (which was actually fried pork skin), fresh sweet rolls with butter and jam, and scrambled eggs with finely chopped veggies. It was delicious and just what the doctor ordered.... And only $3.50! This was, incredibly, my second meal in a row without rice or beans or pasta involved. I am being honest when I say that I think it has been over a month since that has happened. I am so grateful to be in Colombia. ...

Doing kitsch at the salt cathedral

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Jul 06, 2014

... the bright coloured walls and narrow streets. We ended up back at the Platypus and went up to the roof to see the view in the late afternoon. We went to a boutique brewery bar for dinner and because we had had a big lunch no one really wanted anything big to eat we shared pizzas. We shared a beer tower which looked an enormous amount but with 8 drinking there was just enough for one beer each. We decided to stay longer and had a great ...

Colombia, Mi Amor.

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

49 photos

... little Salento, dropped in
the main plaza, very pretty, surrounded with cafes, little old pubs and older buildings. The air was noticeably cooler. There were real cowboys walking about, 1950s era Jeeps called Willys. It was pretty, no doubt, a little more busy and commercial than I imagined it to be before I came. I learned quickly that it wasn't just travelers who came here but all kinds of Colombians to visit. There was a reason for this, it would unfold in the next couple ...

Busy Bogota

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Mar 31, 2014

2 comments, 80 photos

... noses that behave a lot like taxis and have peddlers to promote them to passers-by.

In Zipaquira we took a ridiculously touristy 'road-train' up to the famed Catedral de Sal (salt cathedral), which is an incredible underground Catholic church that has been built in the caverns and tunnels of an old salt mine. It is apparently one of only a couple in the world. Following the tunnel into the mountain we passed the fourteen stations of the cross, ...

Zipa, Zipa!

A travel blog entry by burkley on Aug 31, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... quiet streets we got to Plaza de los Comuneros where the tourist information told us we could catch the tourist train-car up to the Cathedral which is built underground in the salt mine. Having just missed the car we had to wait thirty minutes.

Once the train-car finally arrived, the driver then stopped at a coffee shop to get a drink and snack! It all works in Colombian time!! Upon arriving at the Cathedral we began the ...

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