Hotel Egina Medellin

Calle 47 #68A - 80, Medellin, 54, Colombia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Medellin

The end of the Colombian adventure

A travel blog entry by alex1989cullen


... once again,we were lucky to come back alive! The view from the top of the rock was incredible, 740 steps later... Aparently you can see Pablo Escobars mansion from the top but we didnt know where to look and the locals at the top spoke little English! And no, our Spanish isn't improving! So instead we picked out the most expensive looking mansion and labelled it Pablo's gaf and we're sticking with that! One of the best things we've done since travelling has to be the ...

Medellin - Incredible people around

A travel blog entry by reframed.abroad


... far away from the city center and without a large presence of foreigners (Pablo Escobar grew up here). The duplex apartment was on the top floor with a breathtaking view over the city. Here I lived with Anthony, a Californian entrepreneurial vegetarian and Dean & Ema, an Australian start up couple with a passion for fantastic cooking. It was a perfect start to get to know the city in a non touristic way and live here for a month with getting to know ...

Industrial, red-bricked, Medellin

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey


... so important in these years. We saw the administrative centre of the city, containing an impressive sculpture depicting the development and progression by Paisas in Medellin, and heard about the history of the Colombian conflict and the drug war.

We walked to the ´square of lights´ containing hundreds of massive pillars that light up at night and a large free-to-all library; this had once been the ´square of crime´ but had been converted with the aim ...

Salento - Medellin - El Penol

A travel blog entry by robdelmar


... but the website is sometimes unfathomable and we accidentally book the earliest flights on the day. Guatape and El Penol are now going to have to be a whistle stop tour.
Sleep and an early rise.

March 28th

We don't get as early a start to the day as we could have as Medellin is a lovely place to welcome a sunny morning so we take a short walk to the local corner street bakery and dine on coffee and croissants. When back in the hostel we pick up our pre ...

Days 151 - 152: Medellin, Colombia

A travel blog entry by tksa


... drug trade still continues in the jungle south with fighting between paramilitaries and guerrilla groups, where innocent lives are less often lost.

We returned having learned a huge amount about Colombia. The guide had told us that Colombian's were amongst the friendliest people in South America. Keen to find out for ourselves, we headed to a bar in the evening. Salsa played and even by 9pm the Colombian's were dancing away. We soon ...


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