Hotel Casona del Patio
Travel Blogs from Bogota
The first day of our new Intrepid Tour!
Pleased to say that the Colomban breakfasts are a filling affair and superior to Argentinian.
Today we had a choice of scrambled eggs, croissants, tea, hot chocolate and orange juice. A veritable feast!
As the group meeting was at 2pm, we had some time to kill in the morning so took the …
Our suspicions about Aerolinas were confirmed this morning when our flight was delayed for 2 hours for 'operational reasons'.Unacceptable poor service given all of us had to be up at 3am this morning to catch the flipping flight. The flight however was,however,smooth and we were served two meals which was a bonus.
We arrived to Bogota at about …
beetje wreed om dit te zeggen nu het blijkbaar sneeuwt en vriest in België, maar ik zit eindelijk in de warmte :-)
Eergisteren avond ben ik in Cartagena toegekomen, een stadje aan de Caraibische kust van Colombia. En ik moet zeggen, het is hier heerlijk!
De vlucht hiernaartoe was niet echt rimpelloos. Door …
... sweets in our stomach it was time to return to our concrete mattress for the night.
Day 3 in Cartagena and we were feeling pretty lethargic. We didn’t have much energy to venture too far so we stayed quite close to the old city. Rach found a restaurant she wanted to try and we searched through the streets for about an hour before ...
... old buildings in the Candalaria district of Bogotá, or one of the city's many parks. On Sunday, before leaving, I rented a bike and cycled north for a couple of hours on the city's bicycle highway. Sunday is Ciclovia - many of the larger streets are closed down for cyclists.
It wasn't easy leaving Bogotá, but it's comforting to know that a flight from NYC to Bogotá is the same cost and travel time as a flight from NYC to LA.