- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... is different to anywhere else we went and I often felt a little unsettled. A beautiful country indeed, but yet to fully blossom eg; So many coffee regions producing amazing coffee, yet no real culture around it. For now South America, it's not goodbye, but see you soon. We will be back one day to conquer Venezuela, Chile, Guyana, French Guiana, Suriname, Paraguay, Uraguay and the rest of Argentina hopefully in the not too distant future! We now move onto phase two... ...
... in a large grey cloud. That was a shame! After about an hour of wandering around, we headed back down on the funicular train to a more respectable altitude of 2,640m. We walked through a park and along graffiti covered streets. There was a fake river running through the street - apparently the result of an architecture competition! It was fairly busy around, but apparently quite safe around here. Although I was given instructions to walk as if I knew where I was going. ...
Today was a chilled research day for me. I didn’t do much during the day except send out a couple of emails to Spanish schools in the area and try to figure out what I should see in Bogota.
I met Melissa after she finished work again and we went out Hard Rock Cafe for dinner! This was my 42nd HRC in the world, and my first in South America. I was surprised at how cheap it ...
... this time. I was terribly wrong and two out of three did snore like little chainsaws. What a perfect start for my two days in Bogota. Surprisingly the weather was great and I had a beautiful walk through downtown/Candelaria which is plastered with colonial architecture, museums and history. I passed by at the palace of justice, which was sieged by rebels 30 years ago. Back then 100 people were killed (among them ...
... della città era chiuso al traffico e tutti andavano in giro a piedi o in bicicletta: un evento talmente raro in una qualsiasi metropoli di questo continente, da sembrare incredibile.
Altrettanto incredibili sono i due musei in cui siamo stati, sia per la quantità di opere in esposizione, sia per il fatto che sono completamente gratuiti: il museo Botero e il museo dell’Oro. Per il primo il nome parla già da sé: l’artista forse più famoso di tutta la Colombia ...