Mediterraneo Hotel Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... women just abuse their husbands right back, but she didn't want to do that so she got out.
On the last night got I an offer of meeting up with one of the guys who lives in Medellin to see more of the city. So the next day, back in Medellin, we went on his motorbike to the market to try all the strange fruits I'd been curious about. Theres tomate de arbol (tree tomato), ground cherry, 3 different types of passion fruit, and some other curiosities that were ...
... out with harnesses, ropes, helmets and axes. People have died on this mountain in the last year and there are several well hidden and constantly changing crevasses. We began the long trudge up the glacier and the dawn broke giving everything a surreal orange glow and we could see the peaks I had circumnavigated days before, Pan de Azucar, Pulpito del Diablo and many more. Only the summit of Rika U'wa Blanca, our summit, remained shrouded in cloud. With the white snow ...
... front of the museum.
There are 2 Botero bronzes in Denver at the Performing Arts Center.
Botero donated most of his art on display in his home town - Medellin.
He is now 83 and makes his home in Monte Carlo.
Our last stop in Medellin was Pueblito Paisa - a replica 'small village' in a park setting named Paisa after the affectionate term used for residents of ...
... inside the feedback form. She will have had a nice surprise at the Bureau De Change.
The Tour took a group of about 30 gringo´s to downtown Medellin stopping frequently to fill us in on the history of the city in relation to Colombia. According to our guide, Medellin was founded by Jews and at least one other ethnic group I can't remember, fleeing persecution in Europe some time around the 1600s, who chose the spot because it was difficult to for the persecutors to ...
... political circumstances of the last 30 years, and its outstanding environmental setting (the temperature is dead set perfect), it was apparent that the city was full of driven people who all seemed, literally, to be going somewhere and getting on with life.
I enjoyed my time in Medellin immensely, whether it was in the up-market cafes and bars of Poblado, the weekends in the suburbs or simply wandering around the city centre.