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... and guess what ....he spoke english.... well a little bit at least. He paid extra close attention to our table. Side Note: A Pisa is a term used for someone originally from Medellin. After we learned that we began telling everyone we met we were Pisa.....of coarse they knew we were lying. lol.. I mean come on, we were speaking spanglish for God's sake. There was a happy hour that we made it in time for. It was two for one drinks.... I swear I didn't mean to drink 4 ...
... We make it for 5.30 and book the 6pm last showing. We give in to thirst and sit for an iced coffee before taking in the planetarium show. I haven't been for years, not since going to the planetarium attached to Madame Thusauds in London, when i was about 6. It was great, 2 movies with English language headphones and a 10 minute cheeky sleep too!
When leaving the planetarium it was still lovely and warm outside and the Parque Explora was buzzing with people. We perused the ...
... an hour at one of the local hospitals and a rather primitive ECG that insisted on popping off my chest every time I breathed, we were back home tucking into our avocado-vinaigrette with a clean bill of health. Apart of course from the slight inconvenience of an acrobatic heartbeat and propensity to passing out, all would be fine. The cause? Probably the vaccine…exacerbated by my dislike of aeroplanes filled with badly behaved people and ...
... the reason they thin of them special, for years the people who lived here were isolated from other towns and cities. Paisas are known for their shrewd business sense, and entrepreneurial astuteness, which he explained no doubt came from a large population of Spanish Jewish settlers. The wealth of the city prospered around the 19th century, when the combination of gold and the steam locomotive came together. The city saw a large growth with other industries capitalising on the ...
... it the safer city it is today, the most innovative city of 2012. We had drinks and dinner in Zona Rosa that night but it was still pretty quiet and the bar we were in stopped serving drinks at 11pm so we went back to the hostel for beers and drinking games (we will need to try the gecko next time we play kings). We decided to do the Pablo Escobar tour the next day. Justin had read the book Killing Pablo earlier in our trip so he was particularly interested to hear about ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services