Hotel San Fernando Plaza Medellin
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... around the village's narrow, colourful streets. While we were taking a photo, an old guy came over to us to explain the house we were taking picture of, with beautiful balcony and heaps of flowers, belonged to a woman who died 3 months ago and house is now her children's. He then continued to tell us that pretty much whole street and next street up was inhabited by his relatives.
We walked towards the edge of village on the lakeside and it was a ...
... with nothing immediately on offer. So we only spent a short time up there having a little stroll around.
After a small crisis where we luckily recovered our debit card that we had left in the cash machine 3 hours earlier (it is easy to do since the machines give you the cash before the card...), we celebrated with some tasty burgers before heading off to the stadium.
The tickets were cheap at £12 and you could sit anywhere in your section ...
... from the airport to the hotel. We arrived at Hotel Poblado Plaza. This hotel had been recommended to me by a church member in Medellín, plus I had a 30% discount above Cheaptickets already low price.
After the bellhop brought us to our room, we noticed that the air conditioner was making quite a bit of noise. We decided that it would make sleeping difficult. Then we noticed that the air vent filter had dust on it that looked like a carpet--ugh! ...
... women to leave"! None the less, we had a great time together and I'm sure I will be see her again, because I'm not trying to brag or anything but women just fall in love with me! Starting off the Friday night with a couple shots of Colombia best liquor (it really taste like ****), a mojito and the chefs recommendation of......**** I forgot, but the ****** liquor is sure tasting good ...
... of Melbourne. The suburb we stayed in, El Pablado, was quite a hip and happening place, with many nightclubs, bars, and even a few breweries.
There are many interesting and fun things to do in this rich town, which used Basque immigrants gold to help fund this pretty city. We decided on catching the metro rail out to Acuvedo station and then jumped on a gondola which took us up the mountain side. This gondola, which is included in the rail ticket, rides over ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services