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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... excellent English and was very knowledgable and passionate about his country, but more especially the area or state Medellin is in. Apparently the people of this state believe they are better than the rest of the Colombians. The tour took us to all the important areas of downtown like the shopping streets, sculptures made by a famous Medellin artist Fernando Botero and the churches. What is interesting about the churches are the people surrounding them. One church has a ...
... even when it appears safe and quiet.... Thanks for the lovely hangout with my Bro & Sister . They told me about their life, holidays in Sicily. They noticed as well that I got slimmer and darker. I always feel stronger after our chats. They are part of my strength and my heart. I don't know when I go back to Medellin but I know that I will go further to the South next. For sure, I come back to Medellin for few extra days then head ...
... It had all the amenities of a hotel but it was even better. Our room was huge with a bathroom and walk-in closet. We even had a eucalytus steam room, in the 2nd bathroom...... Yes Lawd!! That's not even offered in an hotel room. Tiff got in it and absolutely LOVED it!! I was afraid of going in and sweating out my hair..... Geesh this hairstyle had to last the rest of the trip....... Black girl with short hair problems lol. The view from the balcony was breathtaking. ...
... surrounded by people. This left a somber feeling in the group and a reminder that as cool a city as Medellin feels it still has its problems. Hernan agreed with this. That afternoon Justin packed up his things and moved onto his next destination as he was on a tighter timeline to me and I hung out with Manuel before reminding myself of my Spanish from lesson 1. I had further 1-on-1 spanish lessons on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and spent time truly trying to learn some of ...
... city. Here Pablo introduces a theme, that Medellin is reclaiming the dangerous parts of the city, and turning them into vibrant, peaceful places with the help of education. Numerous places in Medellin including some of the rough barrios have free libraries, giving kids options to read and get educated where as before they didn't have this option, which lead to involvement with gangs and the drug trade.
Our next stage of the city we go to the shopping district ...