Hotel Rosales Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... have been more than 11 and then continued back towards our base, dodging the rain. We'd booked to join a 'party bus' to a legendary and mad sounding steakhouse come circus-themed club (god knows, basically) out of town but after a BBQ and beers at the hostel we found out it had been cancelled. Annoying. Instead we joined half the hostel folk in heading to a club nearby, rum in hand, which was fun, it was Colombian Valentine's day so people were up for a big night... Was fun hanging ...
Disclaimer: if I don't write anything for a couple of days, that's a good thing. I've been having too much fun that I forgot to have extra time to write anything.
When I was planning my trip, I looked at places of interest in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile. I had seen a couple movies about Colombia (mainly about the rough Escobar and post-Escobar period, and mainly Medellín). As is the case with many, I was guilty of generalizing, across time and ...
... bitter raw chocolate and use the cocoa butter on our skin. She spoke long about the receding glaciers of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, that things are happening now that had never been before: low river levels, decreased rainfall, much diminished crop production. She was very worried about the prospects for the future and believed very much the dire warnings that the Kogui tribe was giving to the world. She sent us on with a smile and a lot to think about.
We walked on, ...
... of the city differ as well as plenty of anecdotal insight into life in the city.
Museums ‐ I visited the gold museum and the police museum. The gold museum pretty much did what it said on the tin, with a huge range of gold artefacts from the region. The highlight of the police museum is a room of Pablo Escobar's possessions recovered from his hideout following his shooting.
Monserrate ‐ The ...
... nightclub (in full swing at 3.30pm). It was not strictly a beer festival, more of a happy hour, but we watched young people dancing salsa as if it were the small hours. Very fun! To satisfy our (my) urge to go shopping on a budget, we visited the Sunday flea market. Dodging the cyclists on the way (Bogotá's streets are turned into cycle lanes on Sundays), we reached the market. There was a very extensive range of remote controls, dodgy sunglasses ...