Hotel Rosales Plaza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... ist beeindruckend wie fortschrittlich schon zu früher Zeit die Gold Herstellung war. Auf einer Graffiti Tour durch die Stadt lernte ich Ana aus Deutschland kennen. Sie ist vor drei Jahren für eine kleinen Urlaub aus Berlin nach Bogota gereist und verliebten sich in die Stadt. Sie blieb in Bogota und arbeitet hier als Künstlerin und neben bei als Guide für die Graffiti Tour. Auf der Tour erklärte sie uns die verschiedenen Arten der Künstler. In ...
... already booked, for LA in the future, as proof that we would leave Panama. This apparently meant going to another airline, and asking them for a 'reservation' on a flight (a flight which we had no intention of taking). Having exchanged no money, we got the reservation, and this was sufficient for both the airline and Panama to allow us into the country. It was a ballache and really not what we needed after less ...
Hola! So from Cartagena we flew to Bogota, the capital of Columbia and the biggest city we've been to so far, with a population of over 8 million! David picked us up at the airport and drove us to his beautiful apartment then out to meet Ellie for lunch. Over the following 5 days in Bogota the two of them truly spoiled us with amazing sights and beautiful food - the highlight of which was gourmet Columbian food at a nearby restaurant owned by a ...
... great places to eat there as well. I had read an article about some of the newer restaurants with international chefs in Bogota and was anxious to try some of them out. Our first choice was La Fama a bbq joint smack dab in the middle of a residential area near our hotel. Although we definitely had arrived for gringo hour the restaurant was delicious, in particular the smoked chicken wings, ribs, and mac and cheese. We canīt get food like that ...
... swimming so I instead hung out with Andres and his friend and also spoke with a woman from the United States who also didn't feel like swimming. She is an artist traveling with her art curator husband and we had some good conversation before it was time to head off. When we returned to the campsite, Andres taught us how to play the Colombian game, manitejas, where you throw a lead weight at a board of clay. It the weight lands and stays in the clay, ...