Hotel Casa Tenerife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Tenerife Santa Fe de Antioquia
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... don't want to share rooms with others. He goes into the office and 'calls other hostels' in the area if they have any privates and says there are no vacancies. We know that's a massive lie as there are hotels too but its now after 2100, we were exhausted and ****** off and so he put us in a vacant dorm room. So we got a 'private room' but the beds etc were an absolute joke. I've slept on more comfortable places on tiled floors of mates places after a night out ...
... I had made plans to meet Hacéne and the girls we met in Guatapé for dinner and drinks in Zona Rosa. I took the metro there and had some beers with Hacéne before the ladies showed up. We got some cheap street food and drank some more but the girls had no money and the bars are expensive in Zona Rosa so they headed back early while Hacéne and I got a few more beers and shot the **** for another hour or so. I then took a cab home and went to sleep around ...
After travelling now for 8.5 months, seeing everything I wanted to see, I realized that I got a ittle tired of travelling. The longer I was on the road the lesser I wanted to stay at places only 2-3 days. Ecuador is fantastic to learn surfing, explore mountains or head into the Amazon. However I decided to head back to Medellin to have a little bit of home feeling comfort with my friends and exploring the annual flower festival with concerts, installations and events. But before that ...
... The people are amazing, but the nature is beautiful (more green than green can be green), the hikes are breathtaking and life itself slowls down and allows yourself to be in peace with your existence. I sat on the shore of the lake, all alone but two horses grazing close by. All those incredible days I spent here already, when I closed my eyes I could relive them again and again. Happiness is one thing, but ...
... driver floored it across the bridge and slammed the brakes on when we got close to another vehicle - he was crazy even by the standards of other drivers! We explored the town, ate local cuisine, drank Colombian beer, and returned to the hostel to spend the night chatting to the other residents.
The last day that we had in Medellin, we finally had the chance to do the free walking tour. We had heard that this was one of the best free walking tours (in ...