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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          Travel Blogs from Santa Fe de Antioquia

          Hungover, Mag friend and cable cars

          A travel blog entry by hils80 on Jan 01, 2015

          Woke up super early at 10 - why?! Had some breakfast then just bummed. Got confused and thought nikky and mark were leaving in day but not til night so I booked the walking tourAgain and messaged mark about paragliding and visiting guatepe on Saturday. Mag had messaged me a while back saying she had a friend in Colombia who I thought was in Bogata but they were in fact in Medellin. I had messaged a few ...


          A travel blog entry by dionbarker on Oct 23, 2014

          1 comment, 24 photos

          ... dangerous city in the world back then with almost 7000 violent murders in 1991. Its had a complete turnout and last year named the most innovative city in the world. The resilience of these people is amazing.

          I may as well take a bit to talk about Colombia. I have been here almost 4 months now so I have a reasonable idea about the country. The people are super friendly. Asking for directions usualy ends in them personally taking you to the place. Colombians ...

          Day 86: Medellín, Colombia

          A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Oct 04, 2014

          2 photos

          I woke up early today because there was an outdoor hippie fair that only happens once a month in Medellín and I figured it would be a good place to play music and try to earn some money. Estefanía wanted to dance so she out on a hippy outfit and one of those Indian skirts that makes a jingly sound when you dance. I also learned an Argentinian hip hop song that she wanted to sing. The plan was to go try to earn some money and then ...

          Walking tour, drug cartels and a lot of Ron

          A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 18, 2014

          62 photos

          ... of these concerts in 1995 a bomb was placed inside a Botero statue called The Bird and exploded killing at least 30 people and injuring over 200. This is considered linked to drug cartels and political unrest but the most alarming fact that Hernan told us is that no one really remembers the incident - there is no memorial or tribute. It's simply not as bad as lots of other incidents in Medellin's history and so it is pretty much forgotten. The only reminder today is due to ...

          Medellin and Guatape

          A travel blog entry by ggoat on Jul 14, 2014

          19 photos

          ... back in Medellin when I went out with some Couchsurfers to a super gaudy bar, where all the locals danced incomprehensible line dances and sang their lungs out to what sounded like a myriad Colombian versions of the Macarana. The bar also offered free soup, supposedly to sober up patrons as they left in the wee hours (presumably so they didn't go goatape on the way home).

          Finally, there was the final of the World Cup. Thanks to the generosity ...