101 park house
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews 101 park house Bogota
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... energy hit for the hike. After putting on the joggers, we head off to the base of the hill and look up at the hike ahead as we read the signs at the entrance. Bogota is at around 2600m above sea level, so the air is thin for us and walking up an incline can make the two of us a bit breathless but we had a 2350m hiking trail to get up to around 3150m above sea level. Usually, it would be a bit of a challenge as we have done a lot of hikes and walking so ...
... empanadas for lunch, but we were trying to save our appetites for when we got to Hooters tonight.
We decided to try out the bigger and closer Hooters which is on 116th street instead of 85th street. My hotel is on 119th, so it just made sense. Well we went in there to catch the second half of the Packers vs. Seahawks game, and it was very disappointing. The other Hooters was much smaller but had ...
... so I could use What's App, my texting service, and get in contact with my couchsurfing hosts for Bogotá. To my surprise, the sisters (Natalia and Mayra) were waiting for me in the airport! This is awesome because figuring out a new city with a language barrier sucks so I probably would've ended up in a halter instead. We took a long bus ride to Mayra's place where we bought some arepas (similar to pita but made from corn) stuffed with cheese, shredded chicken, and REAL ham ...
We travelled north of the city to Zapiquira where we had paid for a tour of the salt mine cathedral. The driver/guide spoke a little English but was a really upbeat person who really enjoyed his job. The traffic wasn't too bad as it only took just over an hour to get there. We also didn’t have to wait long for an English tour of the salt mine. The mine was very kitsch and very religious with coloured lights and lots of crucifixes. ...
... wife of the really good dancing gentleman) grabbed me and I didn't completely embarrass myself. It was just a fun night, lots of smiles and nice people. I know I keep saying that but it is true. Colombians,
to a fault, were some of the nicest people I have ever met. We walked slowly home, the lights in the old town so beautiful, Like a dream, this place was.
We slept not so long and not so well, woke the next morning to yummy fruit and coffee in
our hostel patio, ...