Dann Carlton Medellin Hotel
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The Dann Carlton surpassed all expectations. From the moment you enter the lobby, it's old world service. Comfortable, good size rooms, great breakfast and a very helpful bilingual staff.
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Medellin is or was the drug capital of the world. Fuelled by Pablo Escobar and his cartel of merry men. While he did die (was either shot dead by DEA or took his own life depending who's side you're on ) in 1993 his legacy lives on and top of our list of things to do was to do the Pablo tour. We stayed in the nice part of town - Parque Poblado - …
... 8220;Paisa” refers to anyone from the area of Medellin. Again, the Paisa people are incredibly proud of their culture and heritage and are incredibly optimistic and kind.
We took a “Real City Tour” of Medellin with an incredible guide who was raised in Medellin, but had an American mother and Colombian father. She was the perfect tour guide to share unique perspectives on Colombia's shaky past and many interesting aspects ...
... stop but not before the driver invited to drive me to some waterfall or other. I gathered it was a "private" tour once he had established Jamie wasn't my husband but I politely declined, again rueing the fact I didn't have more Spanish. On our return I was going to go along to a football game with Jamie but instead opted for another quiet night as I was flying the next day.
The next morning I got up early and went to see Medellin from the cable cars. I was ...
... across about 100 feet to the other side. So we arrive and they are all up on the bank as we go down with our bikes. Several men take our bikes and try and clean them in the river. Since I can speak Spanish as soon as I arrive I become the translator between the head of the village and the staff person. The best and most fabulous part for me was that while the were washing our bikes…picture this…I am down about 10 feet on the river and about 100 villagers are ...
... there were people trying to sell us things on the bus!!! Whenever the bus would stop a seller would get on and pitch their products to the "gringos" going to Guatape and they would get off again at the next stop only to be replaced by someone else trying to sell us other ítems.Driving out into the countryside was such a lovely experince because the landscape was so beautifully green and mountainous. We got off the bus at Penon de Guatape and were hounded by locals who wanted ...