Hotel Casa Tenerife

Centro Historico, Santa Fe de Antioquia, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Centro Historico, Santa Fe de Antioquia, is near Museo de Antioquia, Parque Nacional del Cafe, Little City (El Pueblito), and Bare Foot Park (Parque de los Pies Descalzos).
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Fe de Antioquia

    We took a bus from Pereira to Medellin

    A travel blog entry by headingout on Jan 14, 2014

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    ... mountains where the air is surely cooler. It was. This bus ride was supposed to take 4 hours, instead it took 6.5 hours. The roads were good, but there was a lot of truck traffic. Also, we were winding around the mountains, eventually climbing to the top of the peaks and winding around the tops for hours. Sometimes, we could see down into the valleys, easily the valley floors were 2 miles down or more. This road is not for someone with ...

    3 months of living like a Paisa

    A travel blog entry by jinbetravelin on Nov 24, 2013

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    ... br> Woke up to the sound of my Colombian phone. Confused. Couldn't figure out where the phone was. Finally found it and realized it was 11:11. I was supposed to meet two of my co-workers for a farewell lunch at 12. Luckily I had invited Rebecca O'Leary to join me the night before. She was the one that had called me and was at the door, which I answered bleary eyed a minute after waking up. Rrrrrebecca or Bec is a 25 y.o. mate from a bumble **** "town" (^_~) in Australia that I ...

    Seeing two sides of Medellin

    A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac on Nov 17, 2013

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    ... on the country and Medellin. We visited a number of his homes, hideouts, the place where he was finally shot and killed and his grave. We heard many sad stories about Medellin's past and the affect of the drug industry. Once again, we thought our guide was brilliant. She was very passionate about her subject - extremely anti-drugs - but wanting to educate people about Pablo and also Medellin. She had a very different view to the city from our guide the previous day and ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 11, 2013

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    ... but was
    punished every 2 mins throughout the 8 hour trip by having freezing water drop onto
    me from the a/c vent above, plus of course all the screeching, kicking etc I
    had to endure.

    The distance is not far but the roads are so poor and
    winding, mainly following dirty fast flowing rivers, with lots of
    ascents/descents, landslides, stops, topes, etc. The cleaner rivers were
    crammed with partying families, partying & picnicking on the banks –

    Police Corruption and a Fiesta in the Hills

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Sep 30, 2013

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    ... likely because, according to Jake, he was getting a cut of the bonus as well. Jake had to recently stop taking pictures of the vendor for fear that the police or the government would target him next.

    The next day I worked while watching a rainstorm from the dry confines of a rooftop cafe. Rain is common for Medellin, a city that receives 65 inches of precipitation annually and is considered to be the city of eternal spring.