Pueblito De Yerbabuena

Address: Autopista Norte Km 2, adelante del Puente de la Caro, via Sopo, Chia, 250001, Colombia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Autopista Norte Km 2, adelante del Puente de la Caro, via Sopo, Chia, is near Portal de Museos de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Claustro de San Agusti-n.
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      Bogota

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... It rained all afternoon and the street outside was like a dirty river at one point. We watched as cars and motorbikes drove up splashing water out at the people walking along the footpath. Our last day in Bogota was spent on a mission to the salt cathedral bout and hour and a half and two busses out of town. Jamie, Vicki and I set off around 11:30am and walked around to the bus stop but it was closed so we had to find the next one. The station was huge and we had to ask a couple ...

      Day 65: Bogotá, Colombia

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 13, 2014

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      ... less puffy and it was actually really good... If you don't think of it as pizza, of course. The place also served up bottles of Bogota Beer Company beer, the awesome microbrewery style beer I had a few nights earlier; needless to say, decent pizza and good beer made Jordan a very happy man. For dessert, we split a crepe filled with strawberries, Nutella, and a local fruit similar to blackberries called mora. When we returned to the hostel, Sarah had returned ...

      Street art, long walks and possible dengue fever

      A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Aug 20, 2014

      71 photos

      ... art in the city – on walls, statues, on buildings. It seemed like any empty space was fair go to paint your own picture, and most were in credibly good. We also decided that we better get out the midday sun and visit a museum, so Dom picked the naval museum. Unfortunately, we forgot to ask if any of the signs were in English, so after I had translated one or two, Dom got bored as my translation from reading is quite ...

      Feb 25th - 2nd Mar - !Suescalada¡

      A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Feb 25, 2014

      17 photos

      ... discovering un catholic symbols, painted on the rock from the indigenous tribes, who were later converted. I'm pretty sure the rock is Sandstone, and apparently natural, but the shapes and features make me think its quarried.

      This is Renelle and Alex's second trip here, and have already been in Suesca for 3 weeks, so Alex knows where all the good lines and sectors are, I'm lucky enough to have to my own personal guide. The style of climbing tends to be ...

      Views from generosity

      A travel blog entry by tony.hunt.11 on Apr 19, 2013

      ... we completed the tour in half time and made it back into town for some beers just before the afternoon downpour. Now it is early in the writing but it is safe to assume that there is a daily torrent in most of the places I visit. Often movement happens in the ten minutes. The rain slows and people make a dash for the bus stop, a restaurant or just for the next shelter before it lets loose again. This was a good day and I was gaining confidence after ...