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... This place is well known to bikers travelling through Columbia and the accommodation is reasonable with pictures of old triumphs in my room. Jonas & Hector are staying in a hostel a few doors away as they will be staying with a friend here for a week or so.
Had a couple of Fullers IPAs which I asked to be warmed up and they helped me sleep. A 71 year ...
... catch the other furnicular. This one was not included in the price of our metro ticket, so we had to pay another 7000 pesos or so for us both to go to the top. We thought it was worth it to get better views of the city. Once we got on this one, it kept going up and up, to a point that we had reached the maximum height that it could go, and it then plateaued on to flat ground, but kept just going on and on. I wasn't sure where it was taking us once it was past the views of the city, ...
... soccer game (not nearly as crazy or violent as we thought it was going to be). Independente won, 2-0. Got dinner with Jesse and Jake at a ribs joint. Turned out to be terrible. Worst ribs so far!
Monday Day 5: Went to the Botero museum. Awesome. Caught the cable car into the slums. Got stuck at the top because they told everybody to get out of the cable cars due to lightning. Watched a crazy downpour for an ...
... heat with 20kg of luggage to not miss the planned breakfast with Leigh and Sade – of course they were still sleeping when I arrived. Making sure we absorbed as much culture as possible we pretty well spent the whole day in the private den with AC and cable TV – a costly price for a fun night.
The next day we made sure to do something touristy and joined the Pablo Escobar tour. One of the best tours I have done, it opened our eyes to the ...
... offered superb views over the city. Only from there could we gauge how big Medellin was. We enjoyed an ice cream and juice and watched the sun go down and the local life. We headed back to the bus station and killed time there before our overnight bus to Bucaramanga, en route for our next stop San Gil. After being in 3 cities, we were ready to hit the country again and a slower pace of life, but first another long bus journey east across the Colombian ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility