Hotel Pension Stein
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Pension Stein Cali
Travel Blogs from Cali
... however we did come across a mummy in a glass box looking as terrifying as you can imagine. It was only after some google translate magic that we realised it was actually real and promptly left that room as quickly as possible.
The heat is getting to us quite a bit and we are finding that after a long day walking around sightseeing we are good for nothing come evening. So we ducked out of the next nights salsa party and had a chilled one ready for a trip to a coffee plantation the next ...
... so we all decided to link up and head down to a place South of Cali called San Augustin, where it is known for it's special tours and leftover ancient ruins from a pre-Colombian society that vanished before the Europeans came to South America. The morning we were set to leave, I woke up early, packed, said my goodbyes to Karen (who would stay in Cali a few more days and then return to her home on the coast of Colombia), strapped our bags to the top of the ...
... and Maria went to some concert while I jammed with some of the Argentinians at the hostel. It was the first time I had had a real jam in a while and it felt great. When Jan and Maria returned, we all went out to a salsa club named Tin Tin. This club is for real. I felt like I was in the middle of the set for the Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights movie. It was really mind blowing how good some of the people were. I got a ...
... of a valley with a river running underneath and waterfall to the side. Truly stunning and one of the most photogenic places seen so far- looks a bit like a fairytale castle but it is an active church. After a while there we headed back to the hostel and got quoted 66usd to post a postcard back home! Think we had a confused speedy courier quote but a nice man in a suit from a random shop walked us to the right place. Kind friendly people in general and a fine end to ...
... some holes, but mostly fine. I took the shuttle from the airport to the main bus terminal in Cali. It stank. It was hot and it was crowded. The shuttle was direct and only cost 5,000pesos (~$2.75). From there I caught a cab to the hostel El Viajero (the traveler). In the guide books it is highly recommended. To me it seemed a bit crowded and wild, but thats what a lot of people like. I divided my gear and left a portion with the hostel. Then I changed and went to the ...