Hotel La Casa Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... knife at me! I could also see the fear in his eyes. I don't think he was used to or expected his victim to actually fight back... And my weapon (guitar) is bigger :D I kept swinging and screaming expletives at him like a madman until he turned and started running. I chased him across the busy multilane road. He wasn't very fast and I could have caught him but he had a head start and hopped the railing of the bridge. I almost followed but then a couple things crossed my mind. ...
Yesterday, I woke up somewhat late but immediately got my **** together and headed out to make some money on the busses. It was a relatively quiet day on the busses and I couldn't seem to get into it or motivated and I think people could tell cause I wasn't getting many tips. Then, I stopped off at a convenience store and pounded two beers. After that, the ...
... of bed for a day at Parque Explora the next day, a kind of London Science Museum, but with more Spanish. I was a shell of a man, but the various activities and silliness managed to wake me from my hungover stupor. If I wasn’t broken enough, the parque knocked the final bit of wind from my sails, and I could only manage to watch a film - On The Road – on Netflix in bed that night, before being up at 7am for our bus to Salento the following day, and a much needed chill out in the ...
... for Antioquia. Throughout the plaza, 365 illuminated columns were planned. Only 300 were completed, though. Good enough. We bought some guarapo and headed onward.
The next stop was the old train station. The tracks were torn up a long time ago, but an old train engine still sits in the middle of a cafe area. Here, we had another history lesson. Pablo asked for $1000 bill (50¢). The man on the 1000 peso bill is Jorge Gaitán, a very popular populist ...
... cable car line travers the hills where the poorer people live and we ride over the roofs seeing the houses and fli sy dwellings of theses people. Another thing the city did was build an enormous library and community centre on the top allowing the people to access education and community events.at the tkp of the metro stop we changed to another cable car line and went to the top and over the the mountain for about 5kms through the the national park. This was ...