Radisson Royal Bogota Hotel

Calle 113 # 7-65, Bogota, 94861, Colombia | 4 star hotel
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Welcome To Colombia!

A travel blog entry by nickjackets


... arena in South America.

Colombia is bordered in the South West by Ecuador and Peru,in the East by Venezuela and Brazil and in the North by Panama.The country has a population of some 47 million people with 8 million of those living in Bogota,the countries capital city.Bogota sits on the Andes plain some 2600 m in altitude,the third highest city in South America after Quito and La Paz,it is also in the top 30 most populated cities of the world.Colombia has the ...

Bogotá, bike tours, street art and museums

A travel blog entry by salsta17


... with our big bags but managed to bag a spot. First short flight Bogotá to Quito all straightforward, got bags and went to find good sleeping spot about 1am. Quito airport is definitely not designed with sleeping in mind though, cold uncomy metal chairs and seems all the good side spaces on the floor were already gone (clearly you need to be the earlier for them). So took some seats in centre and pushed them together to have leg rest too. Eryn tried to sleep on ...

Shopping day ...

A travel blog entry by rpdizy


... it is alcohol.). There is a bigger emphasis on fresh foods, than I think we see in North America. ....

4. People really are friendly. Obviously our Spanish sucks -- but we have found that everyone really tries to make it work. Servers in restaurants will bring over someone else who might speak a bit of English. And they all seem to have patience with us, One of our cab drivers insisted on showing us pictures of he and his mother ...

Didn't stay long in gloomy Bogota

A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac


... after we bought our beer so we were glad to be under shelter but eventually, once it had eased off a bit, we had to brave the rain to get to the bus. When we got into town it was still pouring and neither of us had thought to bring our rain coats. Error! We stopped every few blocks to try to get cover but it was hard to avoid the rain. To be honest, we thought la Candalaria was a pretty grim area... There were lots of shady characters, homeless and it was pretty dirty. ...

La Capital

A travel blog entry by carille_emma


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The next day I took the teleférico up to the church on the mountain bordering Bogotá, Monserrate. Bogotá already has a chilly climate due to the altitude, but Monserrate was significantly colder than the city! There was a chilly breeze blowing as well. Luckily I had brought my jacket. The views from the mountain were incredible, especially since there were interesting clouds mixed with blue sky. ...

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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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