Hotel Retiro 84

Address: Calle 84 No. 9-95, Bogota, 11001, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Engativá area of Bogota, is near Parque Central Simon Bolivar, Centro Andino, Maloka, and Museo de los Ninos.
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    Travel Blogs from Bogota

    Colombia: mountains, hiking and Culture

    A travel blog entry by paulandton on Feb 19, 2015

    141 photos

    ... us. Just an hour uphill and then another hour walking to the farm. You are kidding right Ton said. No he wasn't kidding. This hour of a very steep climb was a real killer. Never felt so tired in my life. After the climb that didn't seem to end and some more hiking we finally saw the farm "Berlin", where we would spend the night, as a small dot in desolated, but beautiful valley. It looked so near but it was another half an hour of a walk that felt like an hour. But we made it. ...


    A travel blog entry by tunalim on Dec 01, 2014

    ... west of Colombia close to the border withPanama and is a park with forest and hills with an extremely rich and biological diverse ecosystem found within the park. Many endangered species of flora and fauna call this park home.Malpelo Fauna and Flora SanctuaryMalpelo Island and the surrounding marine environment are located ...

    "What's in a name?"

    A travel blog entry by annie.johnson on Nov 16, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Hernández, Ramírez, Pérez, Rodríguez, Gómez, Martínez, and García.
    Working at any school, whether in the U.S. or Colombia, means learning several new names each year. While my American counterparts are sorting out Addison, Madison, Madelyn, and Madeline, I’m trying to keep Juan Ca, Juan Da, and Juan Pa straight. The names may differ between countries and cultures, but the job of a teacher remains the same!

    Walk in La Candelaria

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jul 14, 2014

    15 photos

    We tried to change our room to a larger one that didn't face out over the street but we were given the run around for a few hours until we eventually gave in and decided to keep the one we were in. It's actually not too bad especially given the rock bottom price we are paying.

    We took a walk back up Carrera 7 to to our favourite coffee shop, Juan Valdez. David couldn't resist trying one of the cheese croissants with his coffee. It was huge and ...

    Welcome To Colombia!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 05, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... that Colombia is rich in Pre colonial indigenous archeology dating back to the first human migrations around 14 400 BC. The area at this time was sparsely inhabited by hunter gatherer peoples.The earliest signs of significant advancement were found in pieces of pottery dating back to around 5 000 BC.By 1 BC indigenous tribes had been formed which traded with one another in the area, the predominant tribes forming a basic pyramidal power base,these were the ...