Hotel TRYP Medellin
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Travel Blogs from Medellin
... It was a great experience and as if the party wasn't going hard enough Tyler started passing around free shots of Viche which is a locally made spirit which doesn't taste the best but definitely gets you going! The party kept going and eventually they ran out of energy not long after we all did and Lisa and I snuck off to bed. So that was it, an amazing week finished off in true local style which was the best thing about being out there, the interaction and immersion in the local way of ...
... and grabbed our bags, hopped in a taxi and headed into Medellin. The airport is about 40 minutes outside the city. So is you ever visit, be prepared, I won't be waiting for you at the airport. Just Kidding.
The Apartment I rented off of AIRBNB for the Month is in the Nueva Alejandria Building. It is Luxury Apartments. Very nice 2 bed ...
... shocked. I just shrugged and said, that we had been speaking earlier and he is now my BFF. Then I told them why. They all had a good laugh, at my expense, of course. Medellin climate is perfect. It is very European in nature. The people are the least friendly we have run into so far. Lots of young American 20 somethings, here. They appear to be University students. It is a very loud city. The traffic is a bit more controlled, though. Now for hour history lesson. Many Jews came ...
... to the hotel, I started to answer a few emails, and the phone rang. It was Jaime F. in the lobby. Scott was busy with his call, so I went down and talked to him. He was very concerned that we were OK in the hotel, and he wanted to check on us. We chatted for about an hour, catching up on how things are with him and his family. We made an appointment to see each other in the evening at the hotel at 6:00-6:30 PM.
It was only a ...
... is near Peñol and Guatapé. It is this random stone that is similar to those found in RIO but few others exist or no others exist in Colombia. There are stairs built to climb to the top, now concrete and there are two, one up, one down, the old ones used to be wooden. You pay then climb to the top and at the top you climb a mirador...in total some 740 stairs. It is not bad, I did it without stopping (I feel like this is where Maegan is laughing at me and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility