Hotel Plazuela San Ignacio
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... photographed areas of the city as citizens, tourists and travelers alike gather in it plaza to admire the bronze creations from one of Colombia’s most famous artists.
Fernando Botero created and cast the bronze sculptures from his design studios in Pietra Santa, Italy along with the rest of his collection of sculptures. The sculptures receive routine maintenance every six months by the Museum of Antioquia ...
... starving because iv not ate since 9:30 and there is only one place to eat. I order a hotdog combo easily enough in my **** spanish but the wifey started speaking so fast and words iv never even heard. She knows what i want so whats she on about now? Is she trying to get my number or something? Nope shes just wondering what flavour of crisps i want because a bag comes with the combo. That was the most difficult and hard work iv ever had to put in to get a ...
... out every night...We planned our next move which was to head to nearby Salento in the morning and had a quiet night in.
We left Medellin on a very smart coach with WiFi and touch screen entertainment in the backs of every seat and enjoyed the super twisty roads up the valleys. A few hours of amazing views followed before we changed in Pareira for a more local bus up to Salento. We should get used to long bus journeys as there are many ahead of us in ...
I caught the metro over to the Jardin Botanico (Botanical Garden), which had come highly recommended by Melissa, so I wanted to check it out. I am not usually impressed with botanical gardens. Almost every city in the world has one, but they are not usually too great. This one was very impressive. It isn’t too big, which is good because everything was really concentrated. I had lunch in a cafe in the park and got to take in ...
... t many friends to play with and those that I did meet were leaving the next day. This in the end worked out in my favour.
I joined Tom, Max and Imogen and left for Salento the next day. They were funny English folk which was refreshing after spending the whole time in San Agustin with French tourists or Spanish speaking ...