Hotel Estelar Suites Jones
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... hilly, dirt road that brought me back to the Casa Terracotta that I saw yesterday.
I wasn’t going to stop there again, but I was pretty hot and tired from the bike road so I thought it would be a good place to take a rest. I’m glad I stopped because as I arrived, I saw some people coming out of the house. I asked if I could go in, and they said it was a 7,000 peso fee (£2). It was well worth the cost of admission! The ...
... coffee beans that Colombia exports and the "poor quality" beans that it mainly sells domestically * By Parque del Renacimiento which used to be a children's cometary but now is a park to play in with Bogota's only outdoor Botero statue, * In to the bullfighting ring The Bogota bike tour was a really good morning and something I would definitely recommend to anyone spending a couple of days in Bogota. The stories, background information and anecdotes that our guide Mike shared with ...
... a smooth 70 year old man with a stylish white short sleeve dress shirt and a fantastic hat. All of the women wanted to dance with him, people seemed to be here not to so much flirt and drink, the main love was truly the dance.
We met a nice guy who had moved here recently from the internal part of Colombia to help some family run a business. He seemed very happy to meet us, bought us beers, nice talked about Bucaramanga, where he is from, and other parts of Colombia. ...
... Bogota Beer Company had to offer a great way to finish the day off, thanks again Sandra I had some great times.
The final evening in Bogota, Elisa had found a language exchange evening to go to, Sandra was coming too, we had a ball. First few hours talking in English with a group of Colombians, then a little more in Spanish, with good draught IPA beers to boot. The evening then turned into a full on club night, the place ...
... a lot of people rifling through bins, but presumably they were only looking for stuff to sell in next Sunday’s market.
We had only seen a little bit of the city, but what we'd seen had been good- not at all the Bogota of popular imagination. After all that walking about, it was time to catch some 'z's ahead of an early start for our flight to Cartagena. Roll on the Caribbean ...