Windsor Plaza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... have picked a different restaurant to go to since there are so many good ones that were recommended. During our last full day in Bogota we headed to the suburb of Usaquen, which is a bit north of the city. I had read and heard a lot about this food market/ grocery store/ restaurant there called Abasto so we made a pilgrimage there for brunch. The restaurant was very cute inside, like a kitchen, but I must say, the service was SO SLOW ...
... cheese bread. It was lovely but very rich!
After a nice chilled 3 days in Popayan we were on the bus to Cali, this time only a short 3 hour trip :-) Cali is a big city surrounded by mountains, but not being at such high altitude like Bogota the weather was hot! We only had 2 days, 1 night here as we wanted to cut the journey up to Medellin. We were gutted we only had 1 night in Cali as our guest house was stunning, a piece of heaven in a busy city. The ...
... Lapa. The area is renowned for its nightlife and this I could confirm from my last visit here. Obviously with the World Cup well under way, Rio was bursting at the seems and it seemed everyone that had come for the footie could be found in Lapa that night. This area of town is more about the streets than the bars, beer and Brazils world famous caipirinha could be bought from stalls found every few metres. The bars opened their windows and pumped out music coupled ...
Background The Lost City is an ancient city standing at 1200-1300m upwards in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Colombia. It was built between 700-900 AD and inhabited for about 700 years before the people fled higher into the mountains (as though 1200m wasn't enough) in fear of the Spanish invasion. In reality the Spanish found plenty of gold in much more convenient locations. However the city remained deserted....lost...until the late 20th century. After it had ...
... policeman (forensic photographer) on his day off. He told us his son is collecting international money so I gave him various notes from Egypt, India, etc that I had on me and some NZ coins. He loved this, and then offered to take us around his city. He didn't speak any English so it was a good chance for us to practice some Spanish. He took us all over the place and he was obviously well known in town as ...