Le Manoir Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... finally came past.
After a really great downhill section got to the main highway to Bogota and had to climb up 200m of ascent to the campsite. It was SO SO hot on the main highway and seemed really steep and a slog of a climb. Was glad to take the turning off up to the campsite as could see just how steep the highway was continuing up the mountainside towards Bogota and no doubt where we had to go in the morning. ...
... graffit artists (perhaps because this city just isnt as pretty as Cartegena or Medellin?) and it was a little on the long side it was still very enjoyable being able to cycle in the sun. It was a little daunting at the start cycling on the roads next too and sometimes in between cars, taxis and other cyclists and also crossing juctions was scary because not all traffic stop at red lights, we soon got into the swing of things and we ...
... is difficult but doable. Scott prepared for this flight by taking some pain meds before hand, but he still had pain, but it was not so much that he wanted to cry.
We arrived and Jaime S. and Janet met us outside the baggage claim. We drove to Hotel Splendor where we had requested a quiet room. We checked in and were given a room facing the street, and our room wall was connected to the building where they were doing construction. Bang! Bang! Bang! ...
... put it on my plate, it was horrid, and I'm still in amazement I didn't suffer some sort of tummy splitting pain for having ingesting a few spoonfuls, Martina also somehow pulled through, they breed 'em tough those Swiss.
Anyway, so onto Bogota, we didn't really do a great deal here, we went to the museum of gold which was somewhat interesting history of precious metals used by the early tribes before the Spanish, for a change, came and plundered ...
... recorded a video of myself playing my first Brazilian song, "Pescador de Illusõis" by one of my favorite Brazilian rock bands, O Rappa. I also caught up with some friends back in the states. It's really nice to be in a place with fast internet, even if it is almost an hour bus ride to get to the center of Bogotá. Mayra got back from work around 6:30 and we went to the grocery store to get hamburger ingredients. ...