Hotel Casa Portico
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... judging by body language), and I'm pretty sure the game ended in a draw. The team with the 85th minute goal was much happier about the draw than the other guys.
By then it was time for dinner, so I headed back. A group of us got dinner, beers, and ended up wandering to the same club Anke and I had been to the night before. I only stayed until 3 this time. It was about time that I left Medellín.
Find out if I leave in Part 6 of 2: Leaving ...
... way back home. Seems we had unwittingly provided him with some early morning entertainment! We made the airport on time and found the gate, passed over our luggage and then promptly given it back. Huh? when booking online we had paid more for an extra overweight bag because they only allowed a ridiculous 6kg limit for carry on luggage. We asked why our luggage was given back and the confusing answer was that we would lose our priority boarding.. which neither of us can ...
Another night bus from Bucaramunga around 10 hours got me to Medellin, Colombia's second largest city, with the nickname of 'The City of Eternal Spring' from its pleasant year round climate. Before I get onto Medellin, I'm going to talk about the air conditioning on all overnight buses in Colombia. The AC is cranked all the way up to maximum, regardless of the ambient temperature, meaning that if your not prepared with warm clothes your going to freeze, its crazy. Ive ...
... cheap and easy cafe serving American food. Then we walked to the metro station about 20mins away and headed downtown for our own walk around Centro. Got off at Prado Estacion and headed to Bolivar Parque. I'd say we'll stay away from there in the future - drug bonanza - and the two blondes stuck out like a sore thumb. Loads of policeman were just hanging out and drug deals everywhere. I particuarly enjoyed the guy dressed up as a lady clown using a white wig and heaps of white ...
... for the American government! Seeing as the first order was a bottle of local Medellin rum for the table it ended up as more than as few :-)
Up early the next morning with two lovely hangovers to pack our bags, check out and go on the Pablo Escobar tour. The tour was actually really interesting but so sad at the same time when you realise all the innocent people who were killed because of him, it's not difficult ...