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GIVE BOGOTA A TRY (NO KIDDING) CITY BOASTS ARTS, CULTURE, SCENERY AND GREAT FOOD.
[Broward Metro Edition]
South Florida Sun - Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Author: Seth Kugel New York Times News Service
Date: Feb 26, 2006
Start Page: 9
Section: TRAVEL
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Bogota is a typical Andean high-altitude polluted city-in-a- bowl, so physical beauty is not its forte. But taking the funicular (at Carrera 2 and Calle 21) to the top of Monserrate hill is a must, along with a visit to the Museo del Oro and Plaza Bolivar (the requisite central-plaza-with-cathedral). Sports fans will want to check out a soccer game at El Campin stadium, where both Millonarios and Santa Fe play (at Calle 57 Avenida 30; tickets 8,000 to 30,000 pesos).

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