Hotel Poblado Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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Life is an adventure and it doesn´t always take the course that you wish it would take. Today, Sunday, we walked and then ate. Scott finally got the large breakfast salad that he has been trying to get the whole time we have been here. Then we showered and packed, and then headed to the airport. Glenna was also returning to her home in …
... tripping to a nearby town called Guatape. The Guatape region was dammed and flooded some 50+ years ago to create energy for surrounding areas. As a result, it is a stunning and beautiful area full of a series of interconnected lakes between hills and peaks. It is so charming! It has created an odd tourist attraction on an enormous rock nearby. The people of the town have built a staircase up the rock. It takes some 745 steps to reach the top of ...
... the young man and off we went. Good thing, because to have to deal with cleaning the bikes ourselves after a long day would mean an hour of time and not so clean a bike. Our stop here was like a truckers rest stop. Nice restaurant and good beers but we did not eat until about 7:30 because the staff was out picking up about half the riders that were strung out along the way. We camped outside next to the roosters which DO NOT know when sunrise is here. 2:30 and they get ...
... as well - but liveable with. Gets cold now because we are at altitude as soon as the sun goes.
The cow was shut when I arrived but fortunately the owner of the cow is so proud of it that he really wanted all who wanted to see inside it to see it - so a group of us were taken up 2 at a time into the cow's mouth on a lift platform in the pitch-black as though bei
... to Medellín as soon as you arrive as the buses fill up quickly. We booked seats on the last bus home which leaves at 6.30 so we had three hours to potter around this majestic town. We walked around the old part of the town and then went into a Little café for a coffee. We then walked along the main Street by the lake which is more modern and touristy and here you can get boat rides on the lake or do zip linning. We went to a restuarant for some traditional colombian food - ...