Hotel Portales Del Campestre
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the big statue of Simon Bolivar on a horse. There are plenty of homeless people in around this park and even more dodgy people hanging around so we decide to kick on as a bit of rain starts to trickle in. We start to make our way back to the metro station via the Exito to get some groceries for tonight. But Leeshs eyes are grabbed by a stand of sunnies and takes me over for a look. Nothing really there for her but she had noticed a few pairs for me ...
We had booked through booking.com, the Finca La Paz near the airport in Medellin. When the hospitality desk at the airport could not get an answer on the phone we should have been suspicious. After a $50 cab excursion in the foothills around ...
... so unbelievable he makes Scarface seem tame. He was so rich he offered to pay off the national debt of Colombia; succeeded in working his way into politics by becoming a congressman, with the aim of creating an independent republic where Cocaine was legal and he could not be extradited by the US, but was eventually expelled from parliament; Bombed a flight of 187 people with the aim of killing just one. That man didnīt get on the plane. Everyone else died; Paid the FARC to storm ...
... 233;ne got a gyro and I ordered and really awesome seafood fra diavolo spaghetti dish. It had been three months since I ate somethig that truly tasted and felt Italian, and it had mussels, real shrimp, fish, real calamari... I was in heaven. Hacéne and I went for a beer after dinner and chatted a bunch. Once we finished he walked me to the metro, where I took a train and a bus home to Estefa's place and passed ...
... and had a look around- it's incredibly twee with colourful window sills and doors on every house, little murals line the streets and are unique to each property. We grabbed some traditional food and had a couple of beers watching the locals potter about before getting the bus back to Medellin. We'd decided to head out and explore the famous nightlife as it was a Saturday so joined a group of Irish girls for some drinking games, the local Medellin rum getting a ...