Aparta Suite Torre Poblado
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... more for younger ages and we felt bad trying out the activities when there was a line of kids waiting. On our last day in Medellin we took a small bus out to the small town of Guatape which has a huge rock beside it, with a lookout on top which claims to have the best view in the world, the view being a lake scattered with small islands. There are over 700 steps to get to the top of the lookout which didn't seem so bad compared to the steps we had had to conquer to get to the lost ...
... bus up. We see people boarding the bus, and thinking of how cold it may be in Bogota up in the altitude, I go down to my backpack and grab my jumper. But the guy who took us to the bus back in Medellin, waves as if to say, don't worry about grabbing stuff out of your bag and getting back on as another bus pulled up. He whistles and waves me down and points to my bag and points to the bus, as the rest of the bus workers all start laughing as I hold my jumper. This second ...
... terrorist as he ordered for the death of many politicians even had a referee gunned down when one of his football teams he used to launder money through were defeated.
We visited the house of Roberto Escobar following a brief stop at Pablo's grave where Roberto showed some pictures, answered some pictures and posed for photos. We purchased a signed copy of his book, the proceeds of which go to the HIV foundation he started. He claims ...
... I had made plans to meet Hacéne and the girls we met in Guatapé for dinner and drinks in Zona Rosa. I took the metro there and had some beers with Hacéne before the ladies showed up. We got some cheap street food and drank some more but the girls had no money and the bars are expensive in Zona Rosa so they headed back early while Hacéne and I got a few more beers and shot the **** for another hour or so. I then took a cab home and went to sleep around ...
... they seem pretty comfy though...
Immediately charming, we connected with Salento straight away as it is so quaint and unspoilt. Our hostel- Casa de Lili - was a very old wooden home with huge character and friendly staff. The whiff of incense burning and soothing music instantly appealed after the pace of Medellin before- it was time to chill out a bit! We took a walk round the town and enjoyed a cheap but lovely meal in a restaurant with a menu ...