Sheraton Bogota Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it and move along" type of person, so it didn't take long to walk through the exhibits.
After the museum, we started to walk down the street when I saw a souvenir shop. I remembered I wanted to get a souvenir magnet, so we decided to check it out. Turns out it wasn't even a shop, but it was like a mini market, and it was very cool! There were about 10-15 different spots where people were selling different things. We walked checked out each spot for our souvenirs before making ...
... driving up to El Dorado. I wasn´t really sure what to expect since the lake in the pictures pretty much looked like a giant green hole surrounded by trees, but the surrounding area was very beautiful indeed. There were really pretty valleys and hills with different colors and flowers on them. The hike up the side of the mountain to the lake was also very beautiful, although both the flip-flops and the altitude were slowing me down. ...
... would be very useful here!
Our accommodation and Spanish School were located in La Candelaria, the historical centre of Bogota. With lots of small little streets with an abundance of cafes and restaurants we were in our element! Bogota is a city which grows on you the more time you spend there. To begin with we felt a bit intimidated by the place, a bit rough around the edges with the odd dodgy man hanging about. However, once we had our ...
... by Lucie, who as you would imagine is an absolute artist making flowers look just right! The next week was spent in Barichara, a spotlessly clean old colonial village at 1200m altitude, giving it a very pleasant climate. We were able to wear summer clothes! Our days were spent walking around the town and exploring the surrounding area. We did a very scenic walk on a camino real, that took us to the next town about 10k away. I haven't had a beer ...
What we encountered upon our return was quite possibly the hardest bed on earth. You could play table tennis on this thing with ease. Just had to set up a net and you were good to go. The problem we had was that we had asked for three nights at this place and were stuck with it.