Holiday Inn Express Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... or it was really good.
One thing I forgot to mention was the public transportation system in Medellin was quite advanced – they have a subway system and they have public bikes, that someone can ride from point to another point where they can drop off the bike. They also started the metro bus system , where after taking the metro there are special buses that take you close to your specific destination since in Medellin they only have 2 subway lines ...
... Afterwards, Manuela wouldn't let me pay and said it was a gift for my birthday! So nice! Definitely gotta get them a bottle of wine or something as a thank you. Then we walked around the mall and I charged with Daniel while the ladies shopped. The mall is overdid my beautiful, definitely nicer than any of the Jersey malls. It still feels weird to be living a more middle class lifestyle this time around ...
... Dany, I found out, was actually born in Colombia but moved to Linden, NJ when she was young and grew up there. She came back to Colombia for college but is returning to the states in December for med school. She's very intelligent and we had a great time talking during the set breaks. After the show, I split from here and her friends and took a cab back to Estefa's place where I got some snacks and watched South Park until I passed ...
... of a passionate young Colombian woman who was a child in his heyday, and whose life was obviously impacted as a result of the immense violence in her home city. Medellin used to be the centre of the worldwide cocaine trade. It was also the most dangerous city in the world - hundreds of people were murdered every month - similar to the current cartel wars in Juarez or Tijuana in Mexico. We visited several sights on the tour, including apartment buildings Escobar owned ...
... and making our own meals for a change. We plan our next few days in this city and will make the most of the pleasant cooler weather. We're located in a fairly safe and well off area and security is good at the hostel. At the very large supermarket the soccer game is on and shoppers and staff alike have stopped in the food hall and the electronics area watching the tvs and the game. This is so much fun as the Colombian people are totally obsessed with their futbol ...