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... for. We don't put up an argument but because Viva had already given us enough headaches just booking the dam flight in the first place. Lets just got on the plane! Next is passport control and security check. Id completely forgotten i had a Swiss Army knife, in what would have been my check-in luggage, and get asked to hand it in. The alternative was to go back to check-in counter, check it in, lose my priority boarding and have to run for the flight. I opt to lose the knife, because ...
... Sambuca. Then I have about five mojitos and suddenly it's 2am. Mario's still up! I can't believe it ;) Day 46: We have a sleep in and sort out our accommodation and list of things to do for when we fly to Quito, Ecuador tomorrow. And do some much needed washing. We try to get onto the Pablo Escobar tour but it's not running until Tuesday as today is a public holiday apparently. Fail. So not much is open. But that's okay because we are ...
... of course how could I forget the ape man who made his displeasure at my asking him if he might possibly move so I could actually sit in my assigned seat and who then proceeded to treat us to a virtuoso hand-drumming performance on the back of my head-rest for most of the flight? I was very pleased when he tripped over the barrier as he tried to jump it in an attempt to get to the front of the immigration queue at Medellin International ...
... up one of the lifts (maybe 1,000 feet) to see an area called Santo Domingo. When we get there we find that city Government had built a big modern library in the middle of this low income barrio. The library had each floor designed to appeal to a certain age group, with plenty of internet connectivity -- all of it used when we visited. And a place for an art show on the top. Sponsored graffiti adorned the community space outside ...
... part. It was more of an awe at every turn (day). Night well, it is just fun! You can also go to Bocagrande in the day for beach time and coool down! It is more residential and high end but it works, there is fruit there too! Sunset you should be on the wall, specifically at or around Cafe del Mar. All is walkable in this city and safe at night...well Getsemaní might be better in group or at least using the main roads, no short cutting street! Cartagena is a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center