Hotel Casona del Patio

Address: carrera 8 No. 69 _ 24, Bogota, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Chapinero area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Torre Colpatria, and Plaza Del Chorro Del Quevedo.
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    Day 16/164: Stage 14 La Vega to Bogata 60km

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jul 26, 2015

    37 photos

    ... climb was only 100m beyond the lunch stop and then lots of lovely downhill but now into a fairly strong headwind. Became more of an issue as the terrain flattened out. Did try to get onto the back of a small train of cyclists that sped past me led by massive Jos who was acting as a brilliant wind shield for the tiny Colombian cyclists behind him. By the time I realised what Jos had said 'Get on the back if you can' I'd missed ...

    Bogota, capital of Colombia

    A travel blog entry by kayna on May 26, 2015

    1 comment, 74 photos

    ... in a view of and visit to the cathedral. We saw that the largest cross is in fact an engraving of a cross, and not a cross made of salt, or rock, for example. The salt mine remains a working mine. After our tour around, we saw a light show (LEDs, unimpressive) and then watched a 15 minute film about the salt mine and the cathedral. It was narrated by a virtual futuristic robot made of rock, and it called the salt cathedral the 'first wonder of Colombia'. The film ...

    Gold, Salt, Soccer, and Buses

    A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 12, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... to pay the extravagant fee of 3000 pesos ($1.75) to enter, but Sunday is apparently free day. Most pieces were around 1000 years old, but some older and some coming from just before Spanish conquest. To be honest, it was sort of overwhelming. I felt like I should appreciate each and every piece there, as any single one would be a central feature of an exhibit in an American museum, but the sheer number of them made that impossible. I could have easily spent ...


    A travel blog entry by hkcrosby on Feb 25, 2014

    8 photos

    ... is really respected so is not painted over and destroyed etc. Then we got the cable car up to the Monserrate (3300m altitude) to have a whole view of Bogota...and walked back down.

    As most people probably already know on our last day we got robbed... so i wont go into it too much but basically it was just annoying it had happened so early and made me feel a bit stupid ha. Plus the family from the hostel were so so nice and told us not to pay for our ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 30, 2013

    10 photos

    ... requested, coffee machine not functioning as stated, wifi not working - he didn't even know the right password. My whole morning and the planned early start was destroyed by his failures - it's critical to start early as the rain rolls in by lunchtime & transport sucks!
    The trucks to El Estrecho, the narrows of the Rio Magdelana close to it's source, run only every couple of hours, so timing is crucial, especially as the narrows only require 15mins - best to ...