Hotel Estadio Plaza

Address: Cl 50 # 68-05, Medellin, Colombia | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Medellin

Return to civilization

A travel blog entry by klartman on Dec 01, 2014

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... are said to be extremely happy people. Our walk through downtown was a thing of interest to many locals who liked to shout "Hola!" and a few more unintelligible words, in a friendly manner. Tourism is still a novelty here. It was the first city in Colombia to get a Metro system and the stations and trains are spotless. No vandalism. No graffiti. The people are proud. The central plaza is home to ten or so bronze sculptures by world famous sculptor of chubby people, Fernando ...

Day 99: Medellín, Colombia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Oct 17, 2014

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... rolling in and I ended up having a pretty decent day. Also, I have officially worked "La Camisa Negra" by Juanes into my repertoire. It's always nice to have a new song that I know will definitely make me money. After playing until 6ish, I went back to Estefa's and got ready for another date with Yianna, one of the girls I met on the busses the other day. ...

Medellin and Salento - contrasting Colombia

A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Sep 25, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... which represent the new Medellin. These used to be absolute no go areas and only 15 years ago this city was the single most dangerous in the world. Amazing to think you'd be safer visiting Beirut than what is now a thriving, colourful, cosmopolitan, friendly and fun city not that long ago.

After an excellent tour we all went back to the hostel then headed out for fajitas in a bustling bar-filled part of town. It was Friday night and Medellin was heaving with ...

Parque Arvi and the Botanical Garden

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Aug 18, 2014

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I had a very nice day of sightseeing today around Medellin. I can see why people say this city is so much nicer than Bogotá. I started out by taking the metro to the cable car up to Santo Domingo, which goes straight over the ghetto area of the city. It reminded me of the favelas you see in Rio. I’ve never been there, but have seen it on tv, and this reminded me a lot of that. The cable car was exactly the same that I used to ride ...

Walking tour, drug cartels and a lot of Ron

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jul 18, 2014

62 photos

... space so we decided to change and head out to Parque Lleras to meet Sam, his mate, Connie, Rosa, Polita, and others from their hostel. The Parque, actually containing some trees and small grass areas is in the middle of a square of clubs, bars, restaurants, take-aways and shops. We bought a bottle of rum, coca-cola, and beers from a small shop to the left of the bar, sat amongst the 100s of people on benches, steps and paths in the park to drink and listened to music played by ...

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