Hotel Casa Tenerife
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... small community with schools, shops, craft stores and homes. The cable car had several stops up the summit as it would have been a fair hike without a metro system to get people to and from. The village could be seen in the distance from all places in Medellin. After that we went to the supermarket and cooked our first dinner. It was interesting buying actual ingredients in Spanish and decided we would go vegetarian for the night as the meat in the ...
... amp;A with Roberto-and getting pictures with him. Then he thanked us for coming and supporting his foundation. This was a really interesting and surreal tour. Back to hostel and we recharged the batteries and headed off on the metro to go and get the cable at that brings you high above the city and give you great views. We got a great day and saw great views over Medellin. We finished of a great day with a fab steak dinner in San Carbon and some nice red ...
... all other graves. I was super happy to have done this tour, and defintly will remmeber it.
During my trip to Russia earlier in the year I met Andrea. Andrea is from Medellin, and I was hopping to see her during my visit. And so it happend. I met up with Andrea and 4 of her close friends from work at a beautiful bar in the middle of El Poblado, the very rich area in Medellin. For you Israelies, try to imagine Floretine in Tel aviv, but all super renoavted, new and hype.
... by Pilsen beer, and I have to say that is the most fun I had in a while dancing outside a supermarket. We ended up being the tourist attraction, a large group of foreigners dancing salsa either badly or pretty mediocre but with the 'paisa spirit', we were partying with and like the paisas.
I also managed to source new free Pilsen ‘Paisa’ t-shirts for my friends and I with some cute Spanglish and a smile. It seems, I’ve still got ...
... of Medellin about one and a half hours by bus from Caribe North Terminal. You arrive to a hotter, stickier climate. This time we returned to a hotel we visited earlier to pay a day rate to enjoy the swimming pool, three course delicious lunch and wonderful views from my sun lounger. I went with the ten volunteers from the project, from the UK, Australia, USA, Colombia and New Zealand. I swam sunbathed, talked and read very little of my book. It's been a long time since ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility