Radisson Royal Bogota Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... time anywhere to have a mould taken and a new crown made (his tooth was lost in Cartagena you may remember when a waitress through a napkin away with the fallen out crown within it).
Rubber Duck today went to Toothless Bob for remembering when on the Lunch Truck that he’d left his rucksack and water back at the hotel - for the second time on the trip…..
Very muggy, sweltering and humid tonight…..
... taxi's large enough to take bikes but then Alejandro said 3 mechanics would be coming to the hotel tonight to do as much as possible there. Alejandro said that my bike (and me) didn't need to go to the bike shop as my top brakes could be sorted tonight - I will try to have positive thoughts that this will happen - I'm sure it will as always worked out one way or another in the past.
... I definitely love Colombian coffee! Once we paid for our food, we went back out to our cab to head back. We ended up taking the 2 full hours at the restaurant, so it worked perfectly. Once we got back to the hotel, it was around 11pm. I freshened up, and I decided to head down to the lobby to wait for Mark to arrive. Mark arrived at the hotel around 1am, so we went back up to the room, and I decided to call it a night, which ends the awesome day 1 in the great city of ...
... with obedience from Zachary, but overall we had a blessed time and arrived home safe and sound. Remember, Esteban stayed last night with Minana and John so we have to hear of his adventures later. When we called and checked in, he was well and that is the most important thing right now. Its late now. Time to rest as tomorrow we have to get up at 7:30am for another fun filled day of excitement and adventure.... even if it means a little traffic on the ...
... lift system in 2008, an unprecedented effort to bring mass transit (in the form of a gondola ski lift) to some of Medellín's slums, the city once again proved it was willing to make drastic changes for the better. In 2013 it was recognized as the world's most innovative city for these smart and highly effective efforts.
Basically what I'm getting at is that it used to suck, but now it's actually really ...