Bogota Marriott Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... But it was still a bit early, so we head to the Mueso del Oro or the Gold museum to have a look at the all gold artefacts from colombian history and the inca times. It's free of charge of Sunday's (normally 3000 peso I think) so it's a small win there as we didn't expect to spend long inside, as it was packed out with others avoiding the other days cover charge. We walk around inside for about 30 minutes as we watch a lot of people ta king photos and kids ...
... Until now the Acatenango vulcano hike in Guatemala was the highlight for my boots , although I have not been in Peru/Bolivia, so maybe the best is yet to come. Third: Besides my wallet (with only 5 Dollars - pickpocketfail!) nothing has been stolen from me. Okay, my heart, two times. The Music and Popcornprince are the ones to name in this section. The first one is still a close sourse of inspiration and friendship, while the second made a new record on lowlevel goodbyes. But yes ...
... the first stone I looked at - it was quite nice, but I would freaking hope so!).
Anyway, Jo Ann found some earrings she liked - thankfully not from that first case! - and bought them. From there, we were off to Monserrate.
Monserrate is one of the big mountains that towers over Bogota. In the early 1600's, one of the brotherhoods that had formed in Bogota at that time (the Brotherhood of the Vera Cruz) starting ...
... to a video of a naked woman rolling on and ripping up a large photo of Arctic mountains.
Next up, and our final stop in the centre was the Gold Museum. This was a really well produced museum that deals with much more than just gold. It ties together a lot of the pre-Hispanic history of Colombia with the gold, and therefore provides a good overview of the pre-Hispanic history of the region. However, this was quite thorough so it did become a bit repetitive as each of the ...
... about as dangerous as any other continents. Camping in Patagonia is likely safer than anywhere in the world. When I claim that half a year backpacking in Europe or North America might be lesser safe than here, I īll be not far from the truth, and many travelers would agree with me. South America is a traveler's paradise. Perhaps nowhere was backpacking easier for us than here. But still very ...