Windsor Plaza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Yesterday, I woke up surprisingly late considering I sleepy to sleep so early. I got about 11 hours of sleep! The first order of business was to go find this hostel Jan and I had heard about that is less than half the price of the one we were at. Apparently, it's a fake hostel that isn't really registered and therefore doesn't pay taxes so it's much cheaper. When we arrived, we were greeted by a cheerful middle aged man named Jairo who seems like he has done way too ...
... guide, it was right opposite the hoyel. Great deal of a set menu of the day for 11000 COP, bean soup, meat with yuka fries, caramelised onions and salad! Best value meal I've had in Colombia. It was only a shirt stop in Villa de Leyva as the next morning we headed back to Bogota for the final night of the tour. On the way back it was a stop over at the Sal Catherdral, which is just North of Bogota. We arrived a bit late for our scheduled tour at 11pm, and ...
... place we visited in Colombia was a small town called San Agustin, where we stayed in a lovely cabin on a farm. We sampled the night life, perfected our dance skills, and made friends with a group of university students, in particular their amazing teacher. The next day we explored the archeological park full of pre-colombian statues, and then had an early night in preparation for our long and incredible journey to Pasto near the border with Ecuador.
... lunch situation the next day when we went to a traditional Colombian restaurant but couldn't understand the menu or the waitress so we guessed again and it was delicious. Justin ended up with a meat platter and salad and Emily ended up with a soup of beans, egg, potato, and chorizo which sounds like a weird combination but actually worked really well. We also visited the gold museum on the second day before heading to the airport for our flight to Santa Marta. We're ...
... had none bigger than a medium. This proved a difficult task. We found one XL in the next place, after a crowded bus ride, but none in the next. Basically we cleared Bogota out! The clothes sizes here are ridiculous, so small that Andy needs an XL and no where has bigger than a medium which would barely fit a child! Rested at hostel and went out late for food. All cafes closed or closing and struggled to find somewhere close. So it was a cheap and tacky ...