Suite Chico

Address: Calle 110 #13a-23, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Usaquén area of Bogota, is near Mount Monserrate, 93 Park (Parque de la 93), Centro Andino, and Museo de Arte Colonial.
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      Travel Blogs from Bogota

      Colombia: mountains, hiking and Culture

      A travel blog entry by paulandton on Feb 19, 2015

      141 photos

      ... It is these secondary tombs that you can visit. Some of these tombs still have well preserved decorations and paintings like at the Segovia site. the El Aguacate site doesn't have these decorated tombs the hike to the site with some amazing scenery on the way was well worth the hike as the site is beautifully situated on a ridge and you can see why they would build a burial site here. We stayed in a small hostel with the loveliest elderly couple who were really concerned about ...

      Back in our hands

      A travel blog entry by aquest on Nov 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... their GPS I investigate places to go. Too much starring at a screen we decided to go out. Candaleria Old city looked a good place to start. We negotiated a taxi to take us wait while we walked around them bring us back. Journey was 45 min each way, hour walk around the driver waited.
      Candelaria is a mix of old and new, some lovingly restored other left to rot. Shanty towns cling perilously to the hill ...

      Colombia 101

      A travel blog entry by annie.johnson on Nov 05, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... Question: What's the weather like in Bogotá?
      Answer: The weather here is always the same but always changing. What? It's always the same in the sense that the temperature changes very little throughout the year. Because we're located so close to the equator, traditional seasons don't exist and the temperature remains quite steady. Colombian cities at low elevations are consistently warm, but Bogotá's elevation is about 8,700 feet (for ...

      From the countryside to Bogotá

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jul 13, 2014

      7 photos

      It was a very early start, it was still dark when the alarm went off. We needed to get to Armenia, an hour away on the bus, to catch a bus to Bogota. As the light of dawn came over the village so too did the church songs. Whether it is a special weekend for religious prayer, this was the second day in a row when music started blaring from the church at 6am. To be fair, it wasn't too bad - it was more soft, gentle kind of music you could sleep through if you wanted.

      Welcome To Colombia!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 05, 2014

      2 comments, 33 photos

      ... to think of the real history behind all this glorious architecture? I believe it is our duty as responsible tourists in South America and indeed other colonized parts of the world,to find out, to ask about the plight of the indigenous peoples.This goes a long way with your hosts and guides and the local people who are very conscious of their roots.However most people will say it was in the past and not their concern.Well all I can say about that is, tomorrow,today will be the ...