Courtesy of Dan Wiley

Bogotá

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I measure the beauty of a place by the energy of its people—and Bogotá, Colombia, has some of the loveliest souls I’ve met. The brass band I’m in—the Hungry March Band—was honored with an invitation to perform for two weeks at the Ibero-American Theatre Festival, one of the largest performing arts festivals in the world held every other year. At home in New York City, audiences are open-minded, which is wonderful, but in Colombia they are open-hearted. I'm smitten. —Libby Sentz, copy editor

T+L Editors' Favorite Trips of 2012

Bogotá

I measure the beauty of a place by the energy of its people—and Bogotá, Colombia, has some of the loveliest souls I’ve met. The brass band I’m in—the Hungry March Band—was honored with an invitation to perform for two weeks at the Ibero-American Theatre Festival, one of the largest performing arts festivals in the world held every other year. At home in New York City, audiences are open-minded, which is wonderful, but in Colombia they are open-hearted. I'm smitten. —Libby Sentz, copy editor

Courtesy of Dan Wiley

T+L Editors' Favorite Trips of 2012

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