Santa Fe Boutique Hotel

Address: Avenida 116 No 17 64, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ciudad Bolívar area of Bogota, is near Casa de la Moneda, Casa Museo Quinta de Bolivar, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, and Coleccion Permanente de Artes Plasticas.
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Travel Blogs from Bogota

Climbed and Climbed - Glorious Views - Hard Riding

A travel blog entry by bikeakiko on Jul 27, 2015

1 comment

... sizes, and ages but all serious cyclists on road bikes pushing heavy gears and almost all decked out in the cycling clothing. As we descended and then road the flats into our meeting spot for our convoy. Just thousands of riders everywhere. Many stopped at various food stops along the road. We were convoying at a restaurant and it was just packed with Colombians drinking beer, eating after their morning climb. Amazing amazing. Why can’t we do this in the ...

Arrived in Bogota - Colombia

A travel blog entry by swisschris on May 07, 2015

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Bogota is a very big city surounded by mountians about 2600 meters above see level. After sailing around the Galapagos Islands for 8 days, I could really feel the altitude change and was pretty tired the first few days. Bogota has almost 8 million inhabitants which is as many as the whole Swiss population ;-). I ...

Colombia: mountains, hiking and Culture

A travel blog entry by paulandton on Feb 19, 2015

141 photos

... a small cattle farm where a couple lived. Not rundown as the farm in Potosi but a nice small farm where we could warm ourselves near the stove. We were so tired that we immediately went to bed after dinner ( overcooked spaghetti with no sauce nor taste!) and we slept like a baby. The 3rd day started with a 2 hour hike up to a pass of 4200 meters with again spectacular views of the Paramo and the surrounding mountains. We had a last look at our home-stay and realized how ...

"What's in a name?"

A travel blog entry by annie.johnson on Nov 16, 2014

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... br> Just like in any classroom or school, there tend to be a lot of repeated names! Thankfully, many Colombians have a second name which helps to differentiate between them. For example, one of the grades that I teach has three Juans, but they all have different second names (Juan Camilo, Juan Pablo, and Juan David), so none of them have to go by their last names or initials. My favorite two name combination is ...


A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 09, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... hostel with the intention of hiking up to Monserrate. Monserrate is a church perched on a mountaintop 1000 meters above Bogotá. Mi amigo and I got there too late to hike up, but took the much more relaxing and easy cable car ride up. The church was cool and all - nothing that blew my socks off - and that is totally forgivable given its location. From its steps you can see 90% of the Bogotá metro area, home to around 8 million and growing. This is probably the most humans ...