Bogota Marriott Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... a Friday night. Our destination was a little pizza place that Jessica had recommended as the best pizza sheŽd had outside of Italy, but unfortunately others had heard that too, and the line was out the door. So we went off recommendation and found another cozy looking Italian place called Emilia Romagna. As soon as I saw the large Italian family traipse inside for some sort of celebration I deemed it okay as well, and we surprisingly had ...
... two aunts (Leo and Flores), JC, and Paola. They had gotten a table when they first arrived, so we had a place to chill and get our drinks delivered to, so that was good. I spent most of the night at the table, since I’m not much of a dancer, but of course Melissa dragged me out on the dance floor a few times. The good thing was that she had a really good time with her sister and cousins.
We got a service to bring us home where you pay a ...
... The ruins (well rebuilt ruins) were pretty impressive and stretch across a wide area, so much so that they found another 25 structures on which huts stood, to add to the existing 200, they suspect there may be more. The views across the mountains were magnificent and was strange to think so many people lived so high up for so long before just abandoning it. We then headed back to our campsite for lunch before another few hours walk to our previous days lunch stop. ...
... by the students to put on impromptu shows, etc. it was really fun to be in this area. We were on the hunt, as I found out later, for Chicha (chee-chah). Chicha is a drink made from fermented corn. Francisco found the best Chicha for us, based on price and quality. There is an alley (see pictures) that if you want Chicha, you walk down and knock on different doors. Someone will appear and give you a taste and the ...
... even woolly hat. The full works. Winter in Chile to come; poor me, poor tan.
Just one day here. checked out the gold museom and the monteserrate (church high up on mountain overlloking city, reached by fenicular). Before meeting my old pals from santa marta for a farewell fish dinner.
Adios Colombia. Bogota aside, You really will be missed.