Hotel Portales Del Campestre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arrived after a pleasant bus trip of only 6 hours with Alex, Maddy, Vicki and I. We struggled to get a cab, three refused to take us then a bunch of people cut in and grabbed them. Then our driver took us to this other hotel when we had told him where we wanted to go. We refused to pay and got out, luckily there were some security guards across the street and we asked them where our hostel was. It was only 4 blocks so we walked the rest of the way. We booked ...
... the hostel and had dinner with an Israeli guy staying in my dorm and then went straight to bed for an early night.
Fri 22/8, Worst day traveling so far (you'll see why).... I got up early to join the city walking tour but first shot down the road to grab a decent coffee and a bread roll for beakfast (not included at the hostel). The walking tour was really interesting and talked all about the conflict within the country. It was eye opening. They guide ...
... not too worried.
I had a nice lunch in the town of Guatape overlooking the lake and had a great time in this peaceful little area. I’ve always known that I’m not really a city person, but I realize it more and more when I leave a city and get to spend some time in the peacefulness of the country like this. I relaxed in the town until about 4pm and then hopped on a bus back to Medellin. I talked to Melissa while I was ...
... already dry and dressed to continue our tour.
Within minutes of being back on the road, we had our first glimpse of the monolithic rock, La Piedra del Peņol, and the manmade staircase looming behind the lakes. It was quite a sight from a distance but as we drove closer, we started to appreciate the scale. The granite rock dome is 200m high and has a staircase built into the natural split on the southern side.
Rafa told us that while he prepared ...
... We stayed in El Poblado the business & party hub of the city around 4km sound of the centre. We had hoped to get our Brasilan visa sorted here but for the 3rd time (One in Aus, One in Panama & now Medellin) we were foiled. First there were 3 different addresses online but after an hour of online research we managed to narrow it down to one address that was listed by the Colombian & Brasilan government. We had an address and even though it was Sunday we decided ...