Hotel Poblado Plaza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Wednesday was a travel day. We were able to get up and eat at normal times before our flight. That was nice! We had no problems with our flight to Bogotá and continuing on to Medellín. We did get at light lunch in Bogotá during our layover. We were able to get empanadas made with corn which has no leavening.
We arrived in Medellín and …
... the metro station free of charge and to be honest the views were better during the journey than at the top as the cable car descends slightly near the end. It was eye opening to see the wider city and a totally different housing situation to Zona Rosa. We jumped off at the end, tool a couple of snaps and then jumped back on to do the return journey. On the way back we stopped of at music store we'd seen round the corner and Justin bought, after trying 3, a locally handmade guitar. I ...
The tour finished in good time to take the Metro back to El Poblado for the big game. The streets around Zona Rosa were rammed, not only were the bars and restaurants full, the crowd was jostling for the best position to watch the game in the big screens set up in the central park. We managed to find a couple of spare seats at Patrick's Irish Bar. It had about 20 screens around the whole bar so regardless which way we turned, we ...
... really expensive double rooms that are located in the main plantation house, but cost a fortune, and across the river where we were staying the cheaper, upmarket hostel accommodation. The rooms were simple but very bright and clean and there is a small swimming pool in the expansive gardens. We arrived to a warm welcome and dropped off our bags the headed down to a separate building to have our first coffee lesson. Well me who does not drink coffee could ...
... with nothing immediately on offer. So we only spent a short time up there having a little stroll around.
After a small crisis where we luckily recovered our debit card that we had left in the cash machine 3 hours earlier (it is easy to do since the machines give you the cash before the card...), we celebrated with some tasty burgers before heading off to the stadium.
The tickets were cheap at £12 and you could sit anywhere in your section ...