Suite Chico

Calle 110 #13a-23, Bogota, Colombia | Hotel
Prices starting from $73.00

Travel Blogs from Bogota

Bogota Day 1

A travel blog entry by jessi330


... subtle, hey why am I getting winded? kind of effect. Breathe deeper. Drink water. Buy some aspirin.

So, our taxi driver was right. Teusaquillo is not in a happening place. It's residential. It has nice big brick houses that have pretty flower gardens and on staff security that stand outside.

We walked to 39 Ave to the 7th Carrera (la septima) and it became very smoggy. Gross. Busy streets. This is where we could hop on the Transmilenio and get ...

El Dorado

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... e noi non abbiamo potuto astenerci dal dare un’occhiata al mercato dove vengono venduti in ogni forma e dimensione. Non proprio il classico mercato sudamericano, visto che si tratta di un palazzo con una serie di gioellerie piene di queste pietruzzi verdi che hanno fatto brillare gli occhi a Nina, scossa da tanto luccichio tra oro e smeraldi; alla fine ha ceduto e si č portata a casa un piccolo bellissimo ricordo di questo Paese e questa cittą.
Ci sono anche ...

Monserrate ...

A travel blog entry by rpdizy


... on these. I have done my research and there are actually three reasons for this ...

Reason #1: Since it rained our first day in Bogota, I thought I had it figured out. There can be sudden storms, with a lot of water. And you are on the side of a really big mountain. Rainwater collects in the streets -- and big curbs hold the water there until it finds sewers (rather than flooding buildings). So this does make a lot of sense ...

Arriving in Bogota

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


One giant leap of faith, and my bike and I arrived in Bogotį. I got there first, and spent a day resting and having a really fine dinner with Sergio Guzman and his family. Sergio is a colleague of Beth's. He was visiting his mother, and had me round for lunch with his family. It was so good to be in a home eating regular food after a month of hotels. Sergio and his family were ...

Frutas de Colombia

A travel blog entry by annie.johnson


... to eat too many pitayas in a short amount of time if you don't want to be bathroom-bound, but they're also handy when you've eaten a little too much rice lately.

Aguacate (agua-cah-te): Aguacates are just avocados, but you can buy gigantic ones here! They sell the small kind as well (like you would find in the States), but why not get more bang for your buck? Colombians love love love avocado, and it's served as a side for many dishes.

More to come!


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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