Belfort Medellin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... old British humour!
Salento is a coffee region and there are horses! A beautiful quaint village, two nights in a tent, a coffee farm tour and a final horse ride made these two days worth the rather grewling 7 hour day bus further North to Medellin. I also have an agreement with the horse owner to return next year and work for ...
... older Colombian who it turned out didn't even know each other. Nothing over the top but still a little weird! Taking a collectivo bus from the airport to downtown and then a taxi to our hostel, the Blacksheep, we were asked to take a private twin room as the dorm we'd booked was still full. It seems as far as possible existing guests get priority for extending over new customers coming in. As we got it for the dorm price neither Justin or I were bothered. It was the Medellin local ...
... there were still dozens of vendors trying to sell shirts every few metres. If they weren't selling shirts, they were selling anything in the national colours of yellow, blue & red.
After a few hours walking through the streets, we realised that we hadn't seen any other foreigners and it wasn't because they are hidden - Colombians are generally about a head shorter than Europeans. We were a bit of a novelty too, locals would often ...
... the Metro from Pablado Station to the metro cable which is located at the other end of town. The metro was built in Medillin in the early 1990's and has completely transformed the city, allowing it's residents to get around easily. The city have also built a metro cable in the hilly but poorer part of town, this again has completely regenerated the area. Residents are very proud of their metro, there is no litter or grafetti on the trains and the stations are ...
... City Walking tour.
This was really interesting, the guide grew up in the city and provided lots of insight in to the city's history and political environment while taking in some of the key sites in the city's Downtown area. It took around 4 hours and included many Botero sculptures which he donated to the city. He is apparently the living artist with the highest value of works. The most moving of his works is the site of ...