Hotel Portales Del Campestre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Portales Del Campestre Medellin
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... Estefa and I had a smoke and then went looking for a good spot to perform our respective arts but all the good places with an lot of space and traffic were taken so we settled for a smaller, less-trafficked place. People really seemed to dig it. We made 4,000 pesos off the first song alone. Sadly, halfway through our second song, we got stopped by the police because we weren't in a designated area for performing. Since all the other ...
... We wished eachother well and made vague plans to visit each other back in the US. Traveling is difficult. It's a series of chance encounters with people, some of whom end up becoming close friends, others that would have become great friends if given more than just a day or two, and others that are... best left as encounters. It gives life a totally different rhythm. Chris, Chris, and I had a good time, but parting ways is the name of the game.
... one sitting. Good lord was I Tipsy!......um yeah Max, you were. Tiff had the Colombian beer, Clu Colombia, which got her a bit tipsy as well. So the both of us were turned up! lol. We went to a club called Babylon and I swear that made me feel like I am officially getting old. It was young women between 21-25 and thirsty men whom were young as well and very rude by the way. The music was good though. We stayed there all on 15 minutes and were ready to go. Clearly we picked ...
... way though to get out and get a drink. The bus driver was a lunatic and often overtook on blind bends. Glad I was in the back of the bus and could not see very well. We got to Medellin at 1500 hours and took a short taxi ride to our hotel in the Pablado district. Medellin was once known as one of the most dangerous cities in the world, with a terrible reputation drug dealers whilst the infamous drug baron Pablo Escobar was alive. The city has cleaned up it's ...
... out you kind of get the joke. The evening went on like this, in between everyone getting up and due to the little room dancing salsa in a 0.5m square are, which takes some skill! At one point in the night huge Colombian flags were handed out throughout the crowd, and all the Colombians sang along to their national anthem, I cant imagine this happening in the UK (international sporting events excluded of course). I'm not afraid to say that one of my highlights was the toilets, ...