Radisson Royal Bogota Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bogota
... the sun was out and we did get some good views of the city. There were some flowers and trees that I hadn't seen before, so we just looked around at those too. We think we spotted the elusive hummingbird also hiding in one of the flowers. I'm sure most of South America is very religious, and around the whole section of Monserrate there are statues of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ which tells the whole story. It was quite interesting to see those with a nice backdrop to the ...
... I havenīt looked at or thought about Spanish since Central America 5 years ago! This was encouraging and I felt a little better. The driver pointed out landmarks to help me orient and before long I was ringing the bell to my first hostel of the trip. I could hardly wait to fall into the big hammock in the colorful, open courtyard. I asked, in my best Spanish the eight magical words ītiena una cama? El mas borrato, porfavor . Do you have a bed, the most cheap, ...
... city, new skyscrapers are just blocks away from the small colourful buildings of La Candalaria area in which we stayed. We found people to be incredibly friendly, getting food recommendations from other diners seeing us confused over new dishes, telling us their daughter/friend/sister's husband's gym instructor lives in, has visited or wants to go to the UK, or a lovely young guy who stopped me to say Deutschland is his favourite country - I didn't have the heart to ...
The suitcase filled with toys, stuffed animals and books given by my wonderful staff was filled to the brim for the children in the orphanage. The weight limit for checked baggage is 50 pounds. I prayed and when I set it on the scale at the airport, it weighed 50.0. God is good. Today was a free day and we went to three museums. The emerald museum, the gold museum and the Botero museum (a famous local ...
... the hotel so at least we were safe.
Bogota certainly scrubs up well in the day light and it helps when the sun is shining as today.
We took the chance to redo all the photos from yesterday-of the impressive Baroque/Colonial Plaza Bolivar and the Iglesia de Santa Clara-an impressive museum church decorated with hundreds of gold flowers on the ceiling and large, dark and broading pictures of Saints and of course Jesus!
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility