Four Points by Sheraton Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but you are awarded with an incredible view of Guatape’s lakes. We loved it. The town of Guatape is full of colorful buildings and doors. It was fun to just wander the streets for the day and enjoy a nice lunch and coffee on the square. It was a great little journey for the day!
We enjoyed dinner with a friend’s cousin who lives in Medellin and he informed us of a really great event that takes place every single Sunday in ...
... much sleep, at least a little cooler
Day 2 - Caucasia to well…Caucasia
This was a big climb day so everyone was pretty anxious and psyched to see how we were going to handle the climb. The first 100k was scheduled to be rolling but fairly flat. This is the only road to Medellin from this part. It is called the PanAmerican Highway. All commerce moves by trucks. So very heavily traveled. There are no trains here because of the mountains everywhere. ...
... which is rice, beans, egg, avocado, salad, sausage, ribs and some other type of minced meat and it was sooooo tasty) for dinner and then got the bus back to Medellín.The bus home was a little on the chilly side so we would defintely recommend that people shoud bring a jacket for the return journey home. When we arrived back we decided to get a taxi to the hostel as we were sure if the metro would be safe after dark and plus it would save time as we were going out so we needed ...
... In fact, I have never seen so many team tattoos on that many bodies in my life. We were praying Medellín were going to win, I would hate to see this local crowd upset! So we headed into the local section a bit apprehensively. We had heard this section was a no-go area for tourists as the crowd are crazy, but we were in and so decided just to get in the spirit. The atmosphere of this game is hard to describe and a feeling I will remember for my life. ...
... some soakage before attending our first South American football match as Atletico National locked horns with Santa Fe of Bogota with the winner reaching the final of the league.
After being informed that jerseys were banned from the stadium for this game due to crowd trouble at the previous match, Dan and I ditched our jerseys for plain t-shirts but kept the jerseys in our bag to soak up the atmosphere ...