Hotel Poblado Campestre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Escobar tour for Wednesday, the one where we get to meet his brother. So we get up early and have breakfast. Vicki, Alex, Maddy and I are about to leave when Blake decides to come with us to Guatape and La Piedra. La Piedra is a giant rock with 740 steps up in total with views over the surrounding lakes. We caught a train then a bus out there, soon joined by a German couple staying at our hostel and we walk up to the rock and then climb the stairs. All 740 ...
... her experiences, and she saw people getting shot on the street as a little girl. It was normal for them. The guide taking the tour said it was worth 35000 COP (about it $17) yeah right!! The other walking tours I had been on suggested a tip of 7 to 10 bucks. This girl stood to make about $340 in one hit which is what most people there earn in a week. After the walking tour I grabbed lunch with a couple of the other guys that were on the tour. I grabbed one of the ...
... and she told me that one of her friends, Kat, is in Medellin right now for work. I had met Kat a couple of times before in Bogota, so Melissa text her to see if we could get together.
It worked out really well because Kat was going out for a drink with a couple of friends, and they invited me to come out with them. I caught a taxi (it was already after dark) and met them at the mexican restaurant called Milagros. By the time I got ...
... could go and climb the rock. It looked very imposing when standing at the bottom, looking up at all the stairs, zig-zagging backwards and forwards. The thought of the 360 degree views outweighed the dread of the climb and we set off. 659 steps later we were on the top of the actual rock, another 81 steps were required to take us to the very top of the viewing platform. Despite the sun, it wasn't that bad a climb and worth the effort for the view. Every direction we ...
... it out so we knew where it was for getting the visa on Monday. We went to the address listed and it didn't exist, we walked all around the surrounding blocks for over an hour asked numerous cab drivers, the police, locals & even local animals but to no avail. They were all very helpful and showed us exactly where the address was but the consulate wasn't there so we gave up and decided we would just have to call them on Monday morning and hope they pick the phone up ...