Hotel Bogota Regency
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... who had come back after midnight (to a no curfew hostel), which was around ten folk so we didn't feel too much like ASBOs. Or if we did we were at least in good company. The night itself wasn't even particularly late or rowdy - if I'd known we were getting chucked out I might have done something worthy of it! We were in a group of French guys, a Chilean girl and a local Colombian guy. We relied on his (in hindsight, questionable) local knowledge to find us ...
... in a private room with bath that cost us all of $25 per night.
It got a C- rating from Liz.
Tonight we are in the Holiday Inn near the airport with a room that meets Liz's standards.
Only cost us $163. Almost 7 nights at Arlin's grotty hangouts!!!
We visited the Museo del Oro yesterday and walked around the old town area called Candelaria.
Museo del Oro has a very ...
... into our first , probably not last, No Frills Hostel. It did the job! They gave us a free breakfast where we learned Colombians keep their milk in a jug in the cupboard!
We felt safe in and around the around city centre. A soldier accompanied us on our walking tour - although we think he was just trying to improve his English!
Some lovely areas in ...
... selling bean plants from a cart, blasting screamo metal
... economy in South America after Brazil and Argentina in terms of GDP (PPP).
It has also been dogged by corruption, cocaine cartels and extremely violent internal struggles in its modern history.At the same time it has a plethora of libraries and universities and has been nicknamed the “Athens Of South America”.In 1990 it had one of the worst murder rates in the world and was a virtual no go area for tourists and indeed tourists that did go were ...