Hotel San Fernando Plaza Medellin
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... carrying out the hit. They would shoot the gun, but the Virgin Mary would guide the bullet and if that bullet should kill its target then that was her will, and therefore OK. A rare example of religion being used to justify senseless killing...
Ten years ago a new Government took control that were able to seize back their land from (other) criminal organisations with the aid of the military and a number of initiatives such as, "Democratic Art", where former ...
... political circumstances of the last 30 years, and its outstanding environmental setting (the temperature is dead set perfect), it was apparent that the city was full of driven people who all seemed, literally, to be going somewhere and getting on with life.
I enjoyed my time in Medellin immensely, whether it was in the up-market cafes and bars of Poblado, the weekends in the suburbs or simply wandering around the city centre.
... on stilts above the cityscape. This is clearly a very modern and happening place to be and we learned all about its history, architecture, people and culture on the tour. Our guide- a local named Hernan- was superb and gave his take on the more recent history of the city without too much cynacism. He specifically stated the city tour is not about cartel overlord Pablo Escobar (born, operated and eventually killed here in 1993) but will answer any questions on him. I ...
... were already working on a pitcher of Sangria, so I joined in. They were all so nice. They all spoke English all night and we had a really nice conversation, mostly about traveling, which was good. At least it was a topic I know a little bit about.
We had a second pitcher of sangria and then had to leave. We were just about the last people there and they were closing down for the night. Kat and her friend Jose wouldn’t let me ...
... older Colombian who it turned out didn't even know each other. Nothing over the top but still a little weird! Taking a collectivo bus from the airport to downtown and then a taxi to our hostel, the Blacksheep, we were asked to take a private twin room as the dorm we'd booked was still full. It seems as far as possible existing guests get priority for extending over new customers coming in. As we got it for the dorm price neither Justin or I were bothered. It was the Medellin local ...