Crowne Plaza Suites Tequendama Bogota
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... with homework like I had expected, but I studied a bit more in Rosetta Stone back at the hotel. I didn’t get up to much more tonight, but it’s been good to look over the notes from class and study a bit. I’m definitely not going to be fluent any time soon, but it’s a good start for me, definitely. ...
... Every Latin country has their own thing for "popcorn". Crispetas.
The movie is great and we catch a cab home (his meter is on, it started at 25. It ends at 95, he checks a chart and it's 10,300 pesos.
Easy, neutral accent. If they speak regulated speed enough I understand everything.
Lots of orange-red brick buildings with tile roofs. Very pretty. So unusual for Latin America. Lots of ugly non-descript buildings too ...
... by its beautiful colored houses and narrow streets, its fantastic museums and the general relaxed feeling of the place.
The hostel is nice and in the evening there are many very picturesque places to eat or to have a drink, especially on Saturday when we arrived. On Sunday we went for a walk all day, and we were surprised that almost all of the central district of the city was closed to traffic and everyone went around on foot or by bicycle, an event so rare in any city of ...
Im gonna try out a blog to keep people vaguely updated but will honestly try not to blab on too much... (no promises)
So we arrived in Bogota after a bumpy bumpy flight from New York.
We stayed in Bogota for 3 days, seeing sights and getting used to Spanish!
Our hostel was so nice - family owned and the Mum of the family got up every morning and made breakfast of eggs, papaya, banana, bread, and this really nice hot chocolate which is a big ...
... looking at Alonso's photos of work trips into the jungle and indigenous communities. Incredible
Saturday, sadly our last day in Bogota, the company etc has been so good. Ivan and Pepe have even been checking up with us to see how we were getting on and did we need anything.
Having the city itself pretty much covered Alonso kindly offered to be our guide once again and took us too Zipaquira 50km north of the city. The town itself is a lovely little ...