Hotel Poblado Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... re issued tickets from Medellin to bogota to reach bogota at 11 am on Sunday. I&J went down to swim and do steam and I went down a little later after that. The plan for that night was to go out and dance in a latin club. That was super fun, they had a pretty amazing live band and they played really good music. I even went up on the side of the stage – and they actually played “Bailando” at that time, so much fun! There was a separate electronica area ...
... to see an old friend. We drank a few beers and caught up. Then, I realized my tuner wasn't attached to my guitar. It must have fallen off when I was maniacally swinging it at the guy: we went back to the bridge (literally a 2 minute walk from the park) and it was miraculously still there on the sidewalk. After that, we said our goodbyes and I took the metro back to Daniel and Manuela's place and went to sleep after catching them up on my near-robbery situation. Everywhere I. The world is ...
... I was even thinking about learning one or two of their tunes since they are so popular. When Dany suggested it, I knew I had to go despite high price of 80,000 pesos (US$40) for the ticket. I spent the afternoon playing music on the busses and I figured out some new techniques of how to get more money. I then headed to the bull-fighting arena where the show was to be held. The show was pretty good but the sound quality wasn't ...
... you are nursing a hangover in 40 degree heat and have little energy for much else. After our third night in Cartagena the four of us left to go to Taganga, a small fishing village on the Carribean coast of Colombia, extremely popular with backpackers. We really didn't do much there other than party, which I feel is all I really have to say about a lot of Colombia, so let's move on to Medellin. Medellin, wow, a new addition to my favourite cities in the world list, ...