Hotel San Fernando Plaza Medellin
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... tomorrow afternoon we headed in search of the supermarket for lunch and dinner supplies. For the afternoon we decided to catch the metro to the botanical gardens that we had heard good things about. The locals are so proud of the metro that they don't eat or drink in the carriages and not one of the cars has any graffiti, which is really awesome. The gardens were a little hard to find as the sign at the station said to head in one direction, but there was no signs outside the ...
... for kids and leisure. Football field is new, as well as the open swimming pool. The town is located in a man made lagoon. In the 70' they decided to create a water reserve for Medellin. Now, it's full of small lake with sea trout farms... We climbed a big rock called El Penol. We were happy on the top after 700 steps. The view is amazing so the high price of the entrance (10PES) is worth. David left to go back to Medellin in order to ...
... which led to a poorer part of the city and then another onto another park. At the top was a farmers market that sold all sorts of produce - fresh strawberries, coffee, meat, quiche, cake, sandwhiches etc. then we walked on for about 45 minute to waterfalls, and BBQ areas which was full of Colombians, not one gringo insight. Of course we were the main attraction, white people, blue eyes, who'd have thought they exist? we chilled there for a bit, soaking in the atmosphere and ...
... Boterio including the Museum of Antioquia, the Rafael Uribe Uribe Palace of Culture and one building that looks like 2 different buildings glued together. The reason for this is that the Belgium architect (same guy who designed the Centro Commercial Palacio National) fell out with the locals who were complaining of progress and walked away from the project. The locals being Paisan, believed they no longer needed him and could finish the job to the same standards easily especially as ...
... mines, the arrival of the train, to more modern times at the top. Here Pablo explains a more recent time line, and emphasises his stories are more like cartoons they are high level layman cartoons, but he does it so well you feel you have a good feel for the past He described two political groups, the left hand group and the right hand group, each with different ideals, which various battles and struggles, to calm the situation the two sides from an agreement, that every 4 ...