Belfort Medellin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... a high amount for just 4 days is a little crazy too , but as I am going to keep writing – you will see that it was well worth the spend.
December 25, 2014
So we got to Medellin 25th morning , and Caro came to pick us up. Jorge’s mother and sister actually live in a gorgeous building , on a high floor and they have a view to die for. We settled in , exchanged Xmas gifts, and took some rest because we were going out later that night to ...
... the guy didn't get anything from me. The other thing I realized is that he hopped a fence into a dark area and, while he was alone now, he had a friend with him before. I couldn't help the thought that maybe his friend was lurking behind that railing in the dark with a gun and the initial robbery attempt was just a ploy. I headed back to the crime scene, collected my glasses, and went to the other side of the bridge. I warned a few people and the lady at a convenience stand at ...
... of bed for a day at Parque Explora the next day, a kind of London Science Museum, but with more Spanish. I was a shell of a man, but the various activities and silliness managed to wake me from my hungover stupor. If I wasn’t broken enough, the parque knocked the final bit of wind from my sails, and I could only manage to watch a film - On The Road – on Netflix in bed that night, before being up at 7am for our bus to Salento the following day, and a much needed chill out in the ...
Even 10 years ago Medellin was famous for all the wrong reasons - being the murder capital, the most dangerous city in the world and home to the drug empire of Paulo Escobar. Living without fear was a pipe dream. Today things are not perfect. Fighting between the armies of the far left, far right, the drug traffickers and the government still exists but is not ...
... Pablo explained the 50 foot tall sculpture arcing up into the sky. At the end closest to the ground it had men and horses struggling through a swamp as they fought to establish a city in a foreign place 500 years ago. The sculpture depicts a railroad and industry and begins to curve sharply upward to the sky. Angels take flight at the top.
From this plaza we made our way to another, the Plaza Cisneros. In 1990, this was a good way to get yourself killed. ...