Hotel Alameda de la 10

Address: Calle 10 # 43F-18, Medellin, Colombia | Hotel
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        Medellín Part 5 of 2

        A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 23, 2014

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        ... There were small, medium, and large soccer fields; baseball fields; a skate park, bmx stuffs, and rails; and a large dirt track for stunt mountain biking. I made my way to a bridge overlooking a game. I think they were roughly 18 years old, but it was hard to tell with how well they were playing. Another bystander asked who was playing, and I responded with a "ni idea." It was a good game. The goalie nearest to us made one mistake that cost his team the ...


        A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Aug 05, 2014

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        ... them, and they spoke great English, and helped us through the whole day. All the other people on the trip were older and significantly richer, than us. So we were kind of mothered all day. He was a financial consultant, and his wife doesn't work. He works two weeks on, two weeks off. Panama hat and linen trousers, proper posh stuff. Colombia's cool so far. Our first experience is good. The people are really friendly. And really helpful. Here's to more good experiences, I think we're owed ...

        Salento - Medellin - El Penol

        A travel blog entry by robdelmar on Mar 29, 2014

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        ... of the towns on the way. We drive through Penol and finally through Marinilla before frantically asking even hotels if we could pay them to use their computer and printer! finally we found an Internet cafe that had just opened in the main plaza. Nervously watching the time Yeimy accessed her hotmail, printed our tickets and boarding passes, paid and then we ran to our car for the last part of our journey to the airport. Javier was a lovely, helpful chatty guy and said he'd miss us ...

        Medellin - Day 1

        A travel blog entry by gjhoy on Dec 20, 2013

        ... pastime with cousin Gustavo 19) Columbia now Drug trade 2%25 GDP - other resources Actual conflict is for control of the land and it's resources. Almost all primary materials of everything. Oil, coal, natural gas, gold, silver, steel, emerald, coltan (new gold) only in a few places. Fine wood in jungles, exotic fruit and animals. Grows ALL year - corn, rice, sugar cane, rice, banana. Water from the mountains. After Escobar we headed for lunch at the Flip Flop Sandwich ...


        A travel blog entry by nloon on Nov 04, 2013

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        ... walls. Apparently they paint them to stop chickens pecking the walls and to stop kids kicking balls against them, dunno how true that is though because there wasn't a chicken to be seen! After deciding against a boat trip we spent a few hours walking around the town, made friends with a local dog, had a beer and caught the bus back to Medellin. Plans for a few drinks were hatched with Chris, Holly and James, an English ex-army guy who works ...