Hosteria Llanogrande

Km 7 aeropuerto Jose Maria Cordoba, Rionegro, 0574, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km 7 aeropuerto Jose Maria Cordoba, Rionegro.
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    Travel Blogs from Rionegro

    Medellin, We have arrived, are you ready?

    A travel blog entry by headingout on Jan 13, 2014

    17 photos

    ... developed is the slums, which go up the hillside in one area. The poor moved to this area, without government approval. Built buildings, without electricity, water, etc. Until 10 years ago, the only way to access this area was by foot, climbing up the thousands of steps. Then, the government put in a tele fericule (cable car). It is free and goes almost to the top of the mountain. We had a great view of this area and could see that the people are more poor the higher we went. ...

    Seeing two sides of Medellin

    A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac on Nov 17, 2013

    35 photos

    ... oversold the tickets so we ended up just squatting on some railing behind the last row of seats downstairs and watching the game from there. Luckily Medellin won so there were no riots... There were tears of happiness in the crowd though and lots of celebrations. The next morning we went on the free walking tour of the city. It was fantastic. Pablo, the guide was very passionate about Medellin, telling stories of it's troubled past and highlighting changes that have been made ...

    Police Corruption and a Fiesta in the Hills

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Sep 30, 2013

    39 photos

    Sept 26-30

    After one of the most comfortable bus rides I've ever been on (Hint: Flota Occidental is the best bus company for travel from Armenia to Medellin), I unloaded my luggage out of the bus at the Medellin Sur bus station, and hopped on a cab to Aaron's house.

    Aaron, a 23-year old student and active member of the Couchsurfing community, agreed to host me for a few nights. When I finally got to Aaron's by cab, I was greeted ...

    Medellin

    A travel blog entry by benandhelen on Aug 04, 2013

    115 photos

    ... started to rain so we went in search of a cheap almuerzo, which we managed to find easily. We then walked to Plaza San Antonio where two of Botero's 'bird' bronze statues sit next to each other, but with one big difference - one bird is as it should be, while the other is disfigured and torn apart, damaged by a bomb that went off in the plaza in 1995, killing 22 people and injuring over 100. Botero donated the second intact 'bird' sculpture in 2000 on the condition that ...

    Medellín

    A travel blog entry by lkjba on May 24, 2013

    1 comment

    ... regular metro and is a commonly used form of public transport. It's definitely with the trip and it travels high above some of the less wealthy neighborhoods in the city. At the end of the metro cable your regular ticket will pay for is the Santo Domingo stop. There is a modern black building called, Parque Bilblioteca, there was a line out the door and we weren't sure what it was until we were below it on the metro. So, we didn't go, but it's supposed to be worth a ...

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