Hotel Poblado Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Most of the time when we make pastoral visits to Colombia, we have to get up at 4 AM or some other time that is before the sun gets up, but today was different. There were only two direct flights to Medellin for us from Miami, and we could only make one of them by traveling all in one day. Trusty Nancy came at 10:20 AM, and we said that we could …
... expelled from the real hooligans. They try to create the same atmosphere on the southern side. But it doesn't work so much with the slightly more civilized spectator. The expelled hooligans were actually quite sad, they just don't fit anywhere. Whilst watching the game no alcohol is sold in the stadium. You can get zero beers (what a waste) and cool drinks. They also sell slightly raw mango which is salted and covered in lime juice. I found it quite delicious. Alcohol is not ...
... near was praying on both our minds, we had had such fun, seen so many things and experienced such a great and distinctive country as we headed back to Medellin. Trying to make the most of the last day we decided to go on the cable car to Parque Arvi and the aquarium which we had head were both worth seeing. First at the metro station we were told the cable car was shut for regular maintenance that day and when we reached the aquarium, guess what, that was shut too! Newman ...
... in their own country and being the christmas holidays meant everywhere was packed!! So back down we went feeling very disgruntled. However, the cable car was worth it, seeing the other side to the city. At points I thought we might crash into the roof tops, we were that low!!
Right next to our hostel was a massive sports complex built for the South American games in 2010. The complex is amazing with every sports facility you can think ...
We fly into Medellin, it looks quiet jungle like. It's so beautiful and green, so many windy hills, we head down and down into in the valley. The hidden metropolis, we arrive at our hostel called 'The Pitt Stop'. Arriving a little early, we chill by the hammocks until we can check in. We meet Les' crazy Irish friend (thanks for having us Paul and Philly & thanks for hooking us up Les), and then meet his even crazier Colombian friends, No holding back, we get into the Gado ...