Hotel Presidente

Calle 23, 9-45, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by howszmig


... about. We popped for some Arabic food which was fabulous. The girl who worked there told us about where she lives and that it's dangerous there, but as tourists we are safe here, she was very sweet. The altitude has got to me, on our walk I felt a little faint, but I think it's the jet lag mixed with being so high above sea level. Teresa is fine, other than a little dizzy. There are lots of special ...

A long drive in to Bogota

A travel blog entry by maddieuk


A lot of moaning and groaning about
sore bums at breakfast after the riding yesterday, and back on to the truck to
go through the beautiful mountains in to Bogota, the capital of Colombia.

Bogota is a bit of an unknown
quantity – they didn’t do it last year as they went through Venezuala, and all
we have heard is that it can be a bit dodgy – a ‘go out in groups and at night
get a taxi everywhere that you ...


A travel blog entry by gjhoy

... drag to the museo del oro - the gold museum. This was full of information about mettalorlogy from many many centuries ago and how the gold was moulded and shaped, the types of ornaments which were buried with the dead as well as adornments and jewellery. Some particularly beautiful pieces of finely decorated gold were on display. After the gold museum we walked past Simon Bolivar Square - again somewhat disappointing. I think we have seen too many beautiful ...

17. Bogotá - chilly con carne!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013


... requiring numerous rests, particularly due to the altitude. On our descent from Monserrate, the rain set in and we got suitably drenched. We stopped to dry off in a burger place and our waiter was a small boy of about 12. He was extremely competent but possibly a little young to have entered the world of work. After that, we spotted a sign for a 'Beerfest', (3-6pm) with beers at 1300 pesos (40p). With our hearts smiling, we headed down into ...

Last Day of Unleavened Bread in Bogota

A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker


... in the area that we could walk to. After we got there, Scott said, “I thought you said it was a couple blocks away?” Lyda said, “I said it wasn't far.” Well, when you are used to walking to almost every place you need to go, the term “short distance” is relative. It wasn’t more than of a mile, and I appreciated the walk after all day of sitting. We Americans are spoiled with our ...


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