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Carrera 10 No 26-21, Bogota, Colombia
Calle 113 # 7-65, Bogota, Colombia
Av. El Dorado #69b-53, Bogota, Colombia
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... also a long row of markets and stalls where tourists can buy souvenirs and food. 24/01/2011 - Tuesday We had booked a flight from Bogota to Cartagena, which was scheduled to depart at 8pm. At 6pm, after a day of not doing much at all, we asked the hostel ...
... boarding my flight heading to Panama to see Ed and Solange Anchor who I met at their sons wedding in Brisbane in 2009. Colombia - a place you must visit. A friend emailed me recently saying she wished she had included it in her itinerary, I'm so glad I ...
... in a while. Absolutely gorgeous. We followed that up with a visit to the cinema. I know we're in Colombia sometimes you need a break to do something 'normal'. We also celebrated our anniversary with a really nice dinner in a ...
... los Pegasos in Cartagena, Colombia. And the worst meal? Without a doubt the hamburger at El Rancho restaurant in San Agustin, Colombia. Everything was awful. The burger itself, the salad, the mouldy bread and the terrible cheese. Tomorrow I am already ...
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Cl 16 # 5-41 (Parque Santander), Bogota, Colombia
Carrera 7 No 3-63 of 206, Bogota, Colombia
A contender for the eighth wonder of the world, this underground cathedral is being chiseled out of a former salt mine.
Barrio La Candelaria, Downtown / Candelaria Bogota, Colombia
A lively neighborhood section of the city that features small shops and ancient churches. The neighborhood includes a number of attractions including The Plaza de Bolivar, The Bogota Cathedral. The Gold Museum, The Fundacion Botero, The Religious Art Museum, The Coin House, The Library Luis Angel Arango.
Between Carreras 7 and 8 at Calle 10, Bogota, Colombia
Famous square marking a historic turning point in Columbia's colonial past.