Hotel La Casa Medellin
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... assasinated, but after the few days of 'whats going to happen now?' things immediately got better in the city.
Despite that the place was considered a bit of a write off, when in 1995 they went ahead and built the metro anyway which really revived the place. Improvements continued in 2002 and onwards when the mayor really tried to improve impovished and dangerous parts of town by turning them into parks and places where people can gather.
On the tour as ...
... used by locals as public transport and connected to the metro system since Medellin is surrounded by hills. We took some pictures and came across some local children who were delighted to practice their few English phrases with us. It was clear that Medellin is an up-and-coming city and we met countless friendly locals who seemed delighted we had visited. The turnaround has been remarkable and it is definitely our favourite South American city so ...
... I was whisked away into the oh so green valleys surrounding Medellin (the airport is well outside the city), and then into the city itself, which you first see from the top heights of the vast valley in which it is situated. What a sight for dust covered eyes. What a contrast to the previous 10 days in Bolivia.
Within hours of landing, Camilla had taken me to one of the outer suburbs, Manrique, where her company, through the provision of community ...
... amazing adventure without hotel reservations, but we forgot that in Argentina the summer is in January, so we had some problems for finding a hotel.
Our trip to Calafate was amazing, when we went to know the glaciers we can’t believe the wonderful place that we had the opportunity for visiting, it’s was a dream come true.
We went to Perito Moreno glacier but we had been dreaming about walking in the glacier, feeling the real nature ...
... all of which has salsa'd before except us! We were the two eejits at the back with two left feet, we bumped into each other more times! Great fun though! We met an older Belgian man called Philip by the pool we had some drinks with him that night, he was about 50 had his tongue pierced and partied hard til all hours, we did a raincheck on heading out with him!! The weather was fab in Cali so we spent our days by the pool working on the tans!