Hotel Poblado Campestre
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Medellin
... to Be Much Observed, and First Day of Unleavened Bread.
Scott and I went back up to the exercise room. He did another two miles on the treadmill, while I lifted weights and then I did the recumbent bicycle for 20 minutes. With all the sitting we do visiting with the members, it is almost necessary to set aside the time to exercise like this.
About 6 PM, we headed down to the hotel restaurant for dinner. It was raining, and we didn't ...
... google translator/phone apps. Each to their own I suppose, they both seemed happy so we had a decent conversation and discussed travel tips etc. We finally arrived and could see El Penol pirched up on its island overlooking the smaller islands and lakes around Guatape. As soon as we jumped off, the tuk tuk drivers were on us for transport up. Our legs were feeling better today so we deny and keep walking. An older guy persists and as we get around a corner, he has two horses ...
... the couple went out for lunch and I stayed and showered (in the awesome shower) and did my laundry (IN TE LAUNDRY MACHINE!). Then, I headed out for a nice meal and boarded the buses to el centro to buy some strings. I think I've learned how to be better since playing so much in Cali cause I made a lot more money than I'm used to on just two buses. I was able to buy all the guitar strings and picks I wanted with just the money I made on the ride to my favorite music shop. Then, ...
... from the Spanish tunes for a bit until I get to a different country I think. 8) Not sure if I wrote about this already but a day or two before arriving in Medellín, I lost my two favorite shirts on the same day in two separate instances. I've been able to get by the past few weeks with only three shirts but it's been tough so yesterday I went out and bought a red Colombian National Team jersey. It's a dry-fit like one ...
... to the cable car. Medellin is surrounded by hills and a lot of the poorer suburbs spread up the hills in the northern part of the city. To access these areas cable cars exists as part of the public transport system. We took the cable car to Santo Domingo and got some photos of the city, although it was difficult as several buildings obstruct the view. Apart from that the rest of our time in Medellin was spent eating and drinking. The annual flower festival was on so ...