Lugano Imperial Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLugano Imperial Suites Bogota
Although they were undergoing restoration we found the staff very helpful. The hotel was in a good location to walk to a lot of great restaurants. The room was big, the bed comfortable, and we enjoyed our stay there. My very tall husband also enjoyed the roomy shower with bench. They will over charge you for using their taxi and driver services though, so it´s better to get a taxi on the road.
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After a few days at home to recharge and receive my treatment, Jon and I went back out on the road again. This time our destination was Colombia. In school and in the US media all I had ever heard about Colombia growing up was drugs, guerilla warfare, and the infamous Pablo Escobar. The reality is, however, that Colombia is a beautiful country to …
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... one of the cable cars and took the 5 minute journey back to ground level and walk back to the hostel. At the hostel Rina and Danny announced they were heading to a bar to play Tejo. Justin and I had talked about this a lot but were yet to play so we joined them and headed off onto a street I'd never been on in Bogota and into a tiny bar with no sign outside. A little into the shop the place soon opened uB into a large Tejo room with several lanes of men throwing metal rocks at ...
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