Hotel Casa Tenerife

Address: Centro Historico, Santa Fe de Antioquia, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Centro Historico, Santa Fe de Antioquia, is near Parque Nacional del Cafe, Museo de Antioquia, Little City (El Pueblito), and Bare Foot Park (Parque de los Pies Descalzos).
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      Night bus broke down, Pabldo Medellin

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Aug 28, 2014

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      So the 13 hour night bus turned into a 15 hour bus! Yay so much fun.. Not! And we broke down at about 7am for at least an hour so we didn't get into Medellin until just after 10.30am.. Anyway at least we didn't have any where we had to be.! Once we got there we caught the metro to Probado to a backpackers area so we could look for some accommodation. We had to walk a bit and I sat with the ...

      Back In The Nature!

      A travel blog entry by ebzh on Apr 07, 2014

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      ... the "lake" was finally a kind of big artificial fish swimming pool. This is not fishing!
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      Now Let Us Praise the Motorcycle

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Mar 23, 2014

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      ... had never seen that model before). The story has been the same for much of the trip. No parts in Whitehorse, Winnipeg, Chihuahua. On and on it goes. However, the problem is not so large in these more rag-tag countries. Rather than simply turn away customers, they turn to improvisation. Need new brakes? We can make those. New brushes for your starter? We can make those too. Suddenly, being unequipped isn't so much a pitfall as an opportunity ...

      Medellin, We have arrived, are you ready?

      A travel blog entry by headingout on Jan 13, 2014

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      ... way back when. They were responsible for building the first roads outside the city, through the jungle to connect the country. We all know that Jewish people are very efficient. This means that Medellin has much better infrastructure, is more orderly. The Jewish people are called Paisa (pie-saw). They have their own type of foods. Their own ways of doing business, etc. the pictures of Dad's birthday wee taking in our breakfast spot, owned by a Paisa. The pnly area that is ...

      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 ...