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

Did you say Yellow Fever?

A travel blog entry by xitomest on Dec 12, 2014

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... of life as we know it thanks to the Big bang theory. What a good presentation of a theory that has too many missing links. Oh well. You still can be in awe of God's creation as the scientists discover more and more about the beauty and complexity of the atom, etc. After this, we head into the 3D movie about Kenya and the beautiful wildlife that exist there. The animals jump of the screen as we walk through ...

In't Bog...ota

A travel blog entry by honortravels on Nov 16, 2014

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Landed safely in Columbia! Now what to do for 4 hours in an airport at 4 am after a rather un comfortable nights sleep right next to the toilets on the plane... Get something to eat you say? Well if you can work out Columbian Pesa conversion = 3338 pesa's to 1 dollar? Making a croissant cost over 15 grand. Opted for water which I could pay for in US dollars...wish I hadn't $5 for 500ml!?!? 'Urry up Quito I'm ...

From the countryside to Bogotá

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jul 13, 2014

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... to try and find someting to eat. Carrera 7, the main pedestrian street, was just one block away. We noticed very quickly that it's a lot colder here, even with a hoodie on, you could still feel a bit of a chill. The street was packed and there were lots of vendors selling their wares off the pavement. It's quite a different feel here to other parts of Colombia but that is maybe a combinaton of such a big city and where we were actually walking. It would probably compare closest ...

Gold Museum & more visa issues

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jun 05, 2014

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... we get it.

I have gone down with a stinking cold and sore throat so we just did a little sightseeing before relaxing. First was the Museo del Oro (Gold museum) which was awesome it’s definitely the best gold museum in the Americas and has a huge amount of indigenous figures, jewellery and related items. Second we visited the independence museum which was average and strolled around Plaza Bolivar the central square ...

Buzzing Bogotá

A travel blog entry by lairsho on Mar 20, 2014

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... for it, beautiful colonial buildings in some parts of town, many of which are being renovated, lots of beautiful exciting modern neighborhoods, a million wonderful cafes and restaurants, excellent museums...I could go on. Best of all, it's alive with people and energy at all times of the day. They stream down some of the main streets of the city that are now closed to cars. Besides all the people out walking, there ...

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