Today we leave Montevideo and our sweet Airbnb hosts who opened their rooftop Casita to us and their hearts. Maria and Ricardo alerted us that there would be a pop-up fruit and vegetable market the morning we were leaving. And sure enough, at 5:30 there were stands being erected just below the terrace.
Maria, Ricardo, Niles, Vivian, Gypsy and I packed the bags and kennel to the main street to flag a taxi. We had reserved an Uber but found that I had marked for “pm” rather than “am” on the app. Lord, planning is sometimes overrated. We flagged a super helpful taxi driver and got to the bus terminal with plenty of time. Gypsy has to ride in her kennel at all times in taxis and the long haul buses. Final hugs for Maria and Ricardo and we were off.
We had a good stay in Bogota at this apartment which was situated in the Tembici bike rental system and near several parks, easy walking, a public square with exercise equipment and Simon Bolivar Parque within biking distance.
We chose this listing for price, 3 bedrooms, allowed a dog, within the Tembici system and parks close. When we were shopping we also wanted to be within 30 minutes of El Dorado Airport.