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    Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2013 12:07:34 -0400
    Name: Gisela Cramer
    Email: gisela.cramer@gmail.com

    Description: Bogotá, fully equipped apartment, 3rd floor, in a very safe and green neighborhood (Barrio La Soledad/ Parkway); walking distance to Universidad Nacional de Colombia; 110 square meters, 2 bedrooms, 1 study, 2 bathrooms.

    Date: Mon, 05 Jul 2010 21:50:21 -0400
    Name: Lina Del Castillo
    Email: lina.delcastillo@gmail.com

    Description: Starting August 1, 2010

    Furnished or unfurnished

    1-bedroom, 1&1/2 bath, 20th floor apartment walking distance to Biblioteca Nacional, MAMBO, independence park, and Macarena shops and restaurants. Doorman building with indoor parking space. Includes a laudry room and washing machine.

    Rent: USD $600
    Utilities: not included
    Administration not included (roughly US$90)

    contact: Lina del Castillo lina.delcastillo@gmail.com

    Pictures at:

    From: "Meri L. Clark" <mlclark@phoenix.Princeton.EDU>
    Date Posted: Wed, 6 Oct 1999 14:22:17 -0500


    The Hotel Dann Colonial on Calle 14 with Carrera 2 in the downtown Candelaria district of Bogota has rooms for 15-20$ a night.  Nearby, the Hotel Ambala has rooms in the same range.  Cheaper hotels are a stone's throw away, however. I would recommend the Lonely Planet Guide to Colombia for hotel information.  The book hasn't been changed significantly since 1995, so there are no guarantees that the hotels listed still exist.  Most do.


    Best wishes,

    Meri Clark

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