this makes more sense. That would be around 8 hours by car or bus...to the historical inspiration of Macondo, which is Aracataca. At the time of Gabriel Garcia Marques, that trip could take up to 3 weeks by boat in dry season, if the Magdalena river was not deep enough.nietzsche wrote:Falkomagno wrote:notyou2 wrote:saxitoxin wrote:Falkomagno wrote:My current city is quite warm, has beach, beautiful women, historical landmarks, good connection with several European cities, either by plane, train or highways,
How long is the train trip from Bogota to Paris?
Pretty sure the train goes on a ferry, so it's actually a ferry ride.
How long is the ferry ride from Bogota to Paris?
Well, it depends...from Bogota, you still have to travel 1000 km to reach the Caribbean coast. From there, either in Barranquilla or in Cartagena, you can get into a boat or cruise, that can take you to, lets say Rotterdam or Antwerpen, and from there you will have to figure it out to reach Paris, should take a couple of hours more. Lets say, in total, at least 2 weeks. Now, if you go for leisure, the trip can take a couple of months, taking a cruise of your choice. Unfortunately there is still no train available.
How long from Bogata to Macondo?