Bogota Marriott Hotel

Address: Av. El Dorado #69b-53, Bogota, Colombia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Ciudad Salitre Occidente area of Bogota, is near Parque Central Simon Bolivar, Maloka, Capitolio Nacional, and Museo de Arte Colonial.
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      Tennis and day at the mall

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jan 12, 2015

      ... headphones when you were anywhere near him, and he kept screwing up the score, so we had to keep correcting him.

      We got to the second court and the ball boy was one we had used a couple of days ago and he was excellent. He actually ran to get the balls, and he always knew what the score was. He was well worth the tip we gave him. After we finished up playing for two hours, which was way better than just one hour, we ...

      Bogota and Medellin

      A travel blog entry by tomellams on Aug 18, 2014

      ... ended up staying for the rest of the evening. On the 14th we went on a walking tour of the city designed and led by Nicky. It primarily included seeing the squares, going to a military museum and seeing loads of guns and then going to see a few paintings and sculptures of fat people (by Botero, a famous Colombian artist)... this was followed by the highlight, a trip to Super Meat, which was exactly as advertised and we left absolutely stuffed. We went back to our ...

      National Museum, Cerro de Monserrate (city views)

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Aug 14, 2014

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      Woke up and had our measly breakfast again at the hostel before making our way into town to visit the Museo Nacional, it was a free museum set in an old prison building. The inside of the building was really nice but everything basically was in Spanish so we couldn't get to read most things, because of this it wasn't so exciting and we had walked through all 3 floors in under an hour. We walked back through town out to the Cerro de ...

      17. Bogotá - chilly con carne!

      A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Nov 06, 2013

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      We rushed off the bus from San Gil and immediately realised that Bogotá's climate is a lot more wet and chilly than we expected. Our first challenge was to figure out the TransMilenio bus system - a sealed network a bit like the tube where you enter through a turnstile and there are glass doors which open when the bus arrives. The buses have numbers and letters which make very little sense to newcomers but we made it to our hostel in the 'La ...

      Sophomore Year

      A travel blog entry by annie.johnson on Jul 25, 2013

      You know how freshman year of college you think your life is crazy awesome? All you can think about is how much better college is than high school, and how there are so many fun things to do and new people to meet. Then you go back to college for sophomore year and you realize your life freshman year was kiiind of a train wreck. The transition to college academics was stressful (to say ...