Hotel Egina Bogota
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... shields in group of twenty or so to be seen at various places as we cycled through. Security and Police men with dogs also seen all over the dirt while we’ve been here - the dogs gave big black muzzles on - feel sorry for them when the sun is out. Not that the sun was out this morning - a slight drizzle to begin with. Glad to see that I’m not the only one who has random conversations with any animals that we cycle past. Have heard Britten at it ...
... and flies back to Germany in 4 days so he's a good source of information. Berto and I went searching for dinner around La Candelaria and settled on the closest Italian spot because it was cheap. Usually, these options don't go so well but we were pleasantly surprised to have a really nice meal. I got a pizza for US$2.50 that had beef, sweet onions, corn and a whole bunch of other good stuff; I don't like ordering pizza in South America but time it was somewhat ...
... arena in South America.
Colombia is bordered in the South West by Ecuador and Peru,in the East by Venezuela and Brazil and in the North by Panama.The country has a population of some 47 million people with 8 million of those living in Bogota,the countries capital city.Bogota sits on the Andes plain some 2600 m in altitude,the third highest city in South America after Quito and La Paz,it is also in the top 30 most populated cities of the world.Colombia has the ...
... friend visiting from back home in Cali called Carolina. On the Saturday we went to a kind of theme park outside of Bogota, I had no idea of what to expect, but from out of no where was a pretty life size replica of the Taj Mahal, this was the park we were going to. Taj Mahal just outside of Bogota....why not, this set the tone for the rest of the park. A pirate ship, in the same lake as a 1950s war ship, the hanging gardens of Babylon with other wonders of the old world next to a ...
... all over it however we have seen this in most cities since Bogota. Unfortunately due to the South American ghost city Sundays and the public holiday Monday we had to settle for Mcdonalds and another burger place hidden in a petrol station. It was the busiest petrol station we have ever seen and no one was buying petrol. The burgers were amazing though! We caught a flight that afternoon to Santa Marta, still debating whether we could fit in the 5 day trek to La Ciudad ...