Radisson Royal Bogota Hotel

Address: Calle 113 # 7-65, Bogota, 94861, Colombia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Usaquén area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Centro Andino, and Museo de Arte Colonial.
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      Day 83: La Macarena and the trip back to Bogotá

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Oct 01, 2014

      13 photos

      ... bands I acquired in Salvador as a little gift. Wafaa and I then headed to eat lunch and wait for our 6-seat plane ride. Again, the views were great and it was a relaxing flight. When we touched down, we immediately took a taxi to the bus terminal in Villavicencio. It was the same taxi driver I had on the way to the terminal, a nice guy named Jairo. Then, we took the cramped bus to Bogotá where we watched some stand up in Spanish. The guy spoke ...

      Gold, Salt, Soccer, and Buses

      A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 12, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... reading placards and taking pictures of every interesting thing. In 2 hours I got through it all.

      After the museum I stopped in at a convenience store and bought a massive 3 liter Sprite for my ~2 liter dehydration. I came back and sat down for a while before getting a little stir-crazy. I asked Juan (Mexicano), Angel (Mexicano), and Joakim (Norwegian) if they wanted to go play soccer. We all headed over to the "field" and this time it was quite ...

      Colombia, Mi Amor.

      A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on May 20, 2014

      49 photos

      ... The Kogi have many characteristics that define their culture. For example, all Kogi men receive a "poporo" when they come of age. The "poporo" is a small, hollow gourd that is filled with "lima," a type of powder that is made by heating and crushing shells to produce lime. The
      men also continuously chew coca leaves, a tradition followed by many indigenous tribes to connect them to the natural world. As they chew the coca leaves, they suck on the lime powder in their poporos, ...

      The Colombia and Panama adventure

      A travel blog entry by guustravels on May 15, 2014

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... rich go out at night) and later near la 70 (near the football stadium) and more and more did I understood why people like the place. It's a very liveable city in fact. There is a good public transport system (metro), there is good nightlife, museums, and the people are very friendly. I have to say that in general Colombians are very friendly towards foreigners. Not so long ago not many tourists were coming to their country, now there are coming quite some, and I think that ...

      Columbia Wrap Up.

      A travel blog entry by itsgotime on Nov 26, 2013

      ... sense. There are bad neighborhoods and crime, but I woudn't consider it any more dangerous than any U.S. city. The advice to not take our phones could not have been more wrong. In fact, my phone would have often been the least sophisticated in the room.

      Drink - All things are available here, including some decent local beers. I can't say I was crazy about the local licorice flavored stuff. Bars ...