101 park house
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Bogotá's most popular attraction is a church overlooking the city located on the mountaintop called Monserrate. This place is popular with hikers as the ascent is steep and worth the walk. Unfortunately the hike goes through a dangerous area and people are advised not to walk through it, except on Saturdays (someone in the hostel said a group of friends were ...
... 1962. I am not sure when the railway was built. Part of it passes underground through a tunnel towards the top. It must have been an incredible undertaking when it was built. Legend has it that the mountain is actually an extinct volcano, and there are numerous other legends associated with the place which I shall have to read up on when I get home. The view is incredible and the air is pretty ...
... I'm really bad. I guess that's what you get for learning off and only playing against my father. Not that he was bad, rather that we had the same style, so deviations are unexpected.
Otherwise in the evening I bummed around the hostel before heading for the night bus. It's decent enough and has reclining seats, but not the bit you rest your legs on. It makes a surprising difference. ...
... and progressive with plenty of well preserved historic buildings and a European feel overall. We saw endless bustling well dressed people on the move, loads of cool architecture and arty graffiti everywhere. Parts of it reminded me of Berlin and East London, that was until we arrived in La Candaria which felt more like a historic Spanish town with its cobbled streets, grand old houses with rustic doors and window shutters. It's a lovely place and rammed full of hostels, ...
... in Medellin, and our guide recalled parts that she remembered from her childhood. The tour finished in San Antonio place, where one of Botero’s bronze sculptures, the "Bird of Peace", was exploded in 1995 during a public concert, in an attack that killed over 20 people. Botero re-created the sculpture, but instead of the blown-up one being destroyed as the city had proposed, Botero asked that it remain, with the new sculpture next to it, to ensure that the city ...