A mural on the wall of Andres DC in Bogota, Colombia. We debated whether to visit this potentially cheesy restaurant. I'm glad we did. We had a blast (from what I remember!) http://fromwayuphigh.com/andres-dc/
In the foreground is a shot of aguardiente, Colombia’s local liquor. Similar to Greece’s ouzo or Argentina’s fernet, the anise-flavored drink’s alcohol content hovers around 30%. In the background is Greg flipping through the 60-plus page menu at Andres DC, a Bogota institution.
At the bottom of the Zipaquira salt cathedral, almost six stories below the ground, our guide convinced a staffer in a hard hat to turn on an LED show that was reportedly the biggest in the world, second only to the gaudy shows on the Las Vegas strip.
Eucalyptus and steel rods reinforced the entrance of the Zipaquira Salt Cathedral. A previous location of this sanctuary had been compromised by seismic activities and deemed unsafe. But that’s not the best thing to think about as you leave the sunlight and walk into the earth.