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

Friday night at Armando's

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jan 09, 2015

Today was fairly quiet, but was still really nice. I hung out at the hostel this morning, and then walked over to Melissa’s office to meet her for lunch. On Friday Melissa normally goes out to lunch with some workmates, so we went out to El Corral with everyone. I’m still impressed at how good the burgers are there, considering they’re just a Colombian version of Burger King, but way better.


On my ...

Time for Church

A travel blog entry by xitomest on Dec 14, 2014

... 160;So, here we are.  The service is about to begin and John heads up to prepare with the worship team.  Moments later the sanctuary is filled and the praise music begins.  After announcements, tithes, and offerings, we watch a short video about David and Goliath.  The pastor preaches about giants in our lives and how we need to trust God to see us through these seemingly impossible odds.  As the service ended the ...

Bogota

A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Aug 19, 2014

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Our final stop on our 13 week wonderful South American adventure: Bogota. The capital of Colombia. We've enjoyed Colombia a lot so far, we skipped out Ecuador to spend more time here, and I still feel like we've just scratched the surface. We did a bike tour of the city, with a Californian expat here. I'm not sure how far we went but we saw a lot of cool stuff here. There's a lot of graffiti around, but it's good graffiti. It's not just rude words, it's nice arty stuff. So ...

Breathtaking Bogota

A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Jul 04, 2014

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... decided that, as we only had
a couple of days in Bogota, the best way to see as much as possible was to do a bicycle tour, which was great. We went around to a few spots where various politicians and journalists had been assassinated in the bad old days, which seem to largely be in the past nowadays,then we went to a food market and tried about ten different fruits that we had never eaten before and of which I really can't remember any of the ...

Lost City and Minca

A travel blog entry by tim.quaye on Jun 09, 2014

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... mainly heading downhill. Walking over a couple of hills but no more than 1-2 hours uphill in total. We were largely abandoned by the guides so went at our own pace amd had plenty of time to talk with the friends we had made over the last few days. I think our favourite group was Patricia a 40s South African / English woman with her daughter (half Egyptian) and her daughter's Lebanese boyfriend; who's main concern seemed to be finding and sampling the local coca ...

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