Hotel bh El Poblado
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... ageish entrepreneurs selling orange and mandarin juice that they squeeze in front of you. They said they are there todos domingos, so hit that up for sure. So excellent.
Walked some more, turned around got a coffee, walked to Lleras again. Oh, worth mentioning.. Lleras is a ***** of a climb. Think 15 or so minutes of walking up the worst hill in Somerville. It's good though, I need it. Pretty sure I've gained weight already and what I ...
... right out. Thank god we booked one more night or we would not have got up the next morning to catch a bus.
The morning after the night before was a sore point, we were both really hung over and I felt really sick. We were really lazy and did not even get out of bed until about 2pm... We were starving tho, so only went out to get some food. We needed greasy hangover food, and luckily there was a KFC right near us, so we headed there to get a bite to eat. Having some ...
... home to the suburbios, and looked not dissimilar to the development we'd seen in La Paz. Medellin's innovative solution to connect the less affluent on the steep hillsides has been the construction of the Metro Cable system, which currently comprises 3 gondola lines running from metro stations at the bottom of the valley up to the top of the valley, with several intermediate stations. The system is considered a normal part of the public transport system, and is ...
... viewpoint for a little while watching some solo paragliders dance along with the thermals. At the viewpoint there was a little cafe where I treated myself to a chocolate bar and a mini can of fanta, still can't get over how cute they are.
Slowly we made our way down into the valley to Medellin. Upon arriving at the hostel everyone spent the evening there, playing pool, watching English movies on the massive TV and using ...
... into a stopover that allowed us to see a new city for a day and reduce one huge trip into several non-stop flights that were only a few hours long. The best way to do this is search all the nearby airports of your starting and ending points to see which path connects in the cities you wouldn't mind hanging out in. After you see what layovers a ticket entails, book a multi destination trip with ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking