Hotel TRYP Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... loved to have joined the party, we felt a little out of our depth so we retreated back to the barricaded door of our hostel. By the morning, the streets were filled with stragglers stumbling down the main roads. We had heard lots of how Medellin had become the big boom of Colombia after Pablo Escobar's drug fuelled dictatorship collapsed. It's a place renowned for its revival and young professionals pulling ...
Day 42: Up and at 'em early to catch the bus and the train out to El Penol. Our wonderful receptionist didn't tell us breakfast was included, but another staff member asks us as we're leaving the hotel if we want anything. I confusedly say "No?" and she wishes us a good day. If that receptionist has made me miss out on breakfast, there's going to be hell to pay... Everyone knows how much I love breakfast... We catch the bumpy bus out to El Penol ...
... 8221;. However he used this co-incidence to make mention of his infamous namesake, when discussing part of the history of Medellin, however, thankfully, this wasn’t a Pablo Escobar tour, which there are two or three of offer in the hostels and he made this very clear. Pablo spoke to us with such passion and energy about Medellin, it really highlighted how the Colombian people have tried to move on from the tragedies of the past 70 or so years.
... 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.
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... were gold masks.
Wednesday night, it was time to leave hot and humid Cartagena to take a 13 hour night bus to Medellín from 9:30 pm to 10:30 am. On the bus, the seats reclined so we could sleep. I slept all night next to my dad. We grabbed a taxi to go to the Buddha Hostel. At the hostel ...