Belfort Medellin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... as we hopped on an incredibly clean and well organized Metro system to get to "El Poblado", an area of Medellin that is popular for tourists to stay. After nearly an hour of wandering aimlessly among the confusing, non-gridded streets with our heavy backpacks, we finally found a spot to sleep for the night. The rain came in heavily that evening, but we eventually snuck out for dinner with a fellow traveler. Rain seemed to be a daily occurrence ...
... like party buses with coloured lights and music blaring. Colombians love their salsa music and they like it loud....at any time of the day! You also have a lot of people jumping on the bus (literally jumping as the bus does not stop and they take a running jump at it when it is slowing in traffic) to sell water, sweets, crisps and bags. Despite the music and the penny sweet pushing, Jamie slept for most of the 2-hour bus ride. This was my first time to see a bit of the ...
... each other to keep going. At least we had mountain bikes with a little more clearance. At one point a really poor poor woman living along the river came out and offered us hoses. Oh good I thought. So I washed the bike down, but of course 100 feet later it was mud up to my ankles. Luckily I managed to keep my shoes on throughout. The bikes become so heavy that you can’t push them, carry them. We would keep looking ahead to see if there was even a little ...
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We woke up at 9am and had breakfast (cereal and milk which we bought in the supermarket across the road from the hostel) and made our way to the metro station. We got off at the bus station and ...
... on the night of December 7th of every year, but varies from time to time depending on the weather, etc. These Christmas lights adorn the entire city and are setup along major thoroughfares, roads, parks and especially along the Medellin River. The concentration of Christmas lights along the Medellin River is truly a sight to be seen as millions of dollars are spent every year creating unique themes that are ...