Hotel La Casa Medellin
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... way back home. Seems we had unwittingly provided him with some early morning entertainment! We made the airport on time and found the gate, passed over our luggage and then promptly given it back. Huh? when booking online we had paid more for an extra overweight bag because they only allowed a ridiculous 6kg limit for carry on luggage. We asked why our luggage was given back and the confusing answer was that we would lose our priority boarding.. which neither of us can ...
... little breakfast lady is very sweet, however. We have a pretty relaxing day, given we've seen most of the major sites. We try and find the aquarium but get stuck watching a police dog show for some reason and I find myself wanting to steal all the dogs. We don't find the aquarium but no major loss. We catch up again with the guys from our walking tour for some drinks after dinner, and I sample a couple of shots of Aguadiente. Which is a bit like ...
... From the surly man who refused POINT BLANK to remove his baggage from the seat in the departure lounge so I could sit down, to the dirty backpacker in front of me on the plane who insisted on flicking her long, unwashed hair over the back of her seat and all over my plastic meal, and wrapping her dirty talons around my seat back TV screen as I tried to watch Gloria in Modern Family in preparation for the whole Colombia experience.
... thing here how it then connects to ski - lifts at appropriate stations to take people straight up to their homes on the mountainsides. Roads and services are poor on the slopes -- but with these ski lift type cabins, one is wafted up to the heights quickly and easily, saving everyone tons of time. And in what I am beginning to believe is a Latin American tradition - they put poetry on the walls of the subway stations.
... find some plaza, eat some fruit or an AC shop! Walk the city wall in the AM or evening and do the castle in the AM also. Other than that, go out at night and in the evenings. People watching at its best and if one street is busy try another direction it is likely calmer. Dancing and clubs are great, check out Fidels (chill for having a few drinks and salsa) in the Old city or go to Getsemaní, calle Media Luna, for the discos. Getsemaní day and night was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility