Hotel Caseron Plaza

Address: Calle 9 No. 9 - 41 Plaza principal, Santa Fe de Antioquia, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 9 No. 9 - 41 Plaza principal, Santa Fe de Antioquia.
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    Day 111: Medellín, Colombia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Oct 29, 2014

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    Today was surprisingly eventful. I started out by getting out of the house early, which has been increasingly more difficult lately. I got out the door before Estefa or Tiffa had even woken up. Maybe it's cause I didn't start my day off with MJ like I have been... In fact that's probably the reason. Anyway, I took my usual route to start out by taking the bus from Robledo (where I've been living) to el centro/parque Berrio. This is where I ...

    Day 85: Medellín, Colombia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... and there are no closets in the apartment). Estefanía speaks no English but wants to learn, so we traded off teaching each other. She works in theatre and definitely has an artists' mentality towards life. She said she wants to come busking with me and she'll dance while I play... Meaning much more money, even though well split it! When it got to be time for dinner, we went to a bakery where we bought pastries filled with cheese and ...

    Aaaargh I Love you Medellin!!!

    A travel blog entry by tinytina321 on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... of rum with a table full of curious Colombians!

    My second day was a walking tour of Medellin and its historical points. It was really interesting but i'll be honest I cant remember most of what was said haha!! The night time took a very un cultural turn as a few of us went to a trance festival! In total it cost me two days budget but it was so worth it! A couple of thousand young Colombians going crazy and a hand full of gringos. No steroid ...


    A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Jul 12, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... we continued and toured 2 of the small colonial towns, which were very nice. After Piñon we headed over to La Piedra del Piñol, which is a gigantic rock that overlooks the beautiful scenery and lake near Guatapé. The rock has 740 stairs to get to the top and the views from up there were so beautiful. We rested awhile at the top before coming back down and heading on to lunch. Lunch was also included and like most of the traditional meals had courses ...


    A travel blog entry by ashysingh on Apr 23, 2014

    Today was out first and last full day in medellin. It began with a delicious breakfast and then we headed to the Pablo Escobar tour. The ca picked us up at 9am and it turned out that we were the ony 3 girls on the tour...the other 2 guys were from Ireland, 1 from Lithuania and 4 douches from Aussie who were already on their 3rd beer and it wasn't eve 10am. Anyway the first stop was his grave which suprisingly was ...