Movich Las Lomas Hotel
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... affordable I've ever seen.
We started our first afternoon with a ride on the metro up to the cable car that connects the city with the favela's that are high in the hills, La Aurora, what a great ride... You can see miles & miles of the favela's from a birds eye view
Next day we did a free walking tour organised with the hostel (tips). Its the best free walking tour EVER! If ...
... me of trip worthy dangers.
Loisa (probly not how you spell it), 'Tu es me santo!'
She had an equally funny friend that would randomly come up and say the few English words she knew. There were a handful of other girls that were incredibly friendly and showed me how to dance Latin style,. They were laughing, but pretty sure they just didn't know how to react because they were so impressed. Claro.
Juliana! I told people about you because ...
... the town. Medellin is home to a famous artist called Botero and has a the museo de antioquio is home to the biggest collect of his works not to mention the outside courtyard is covered by some of his more famous statues that I saw on the walking tour the first time around. The Museum while famous for Botero actually has quite a large range of pieces and while most of it is probably considered modern art some ...
... evolution, also inside the planetarium there were a museum about the universe and it´s evolution.
After that, we went to a popular shopping mall the Highland Center, this place is very nice, and there were many expensive stores. Also inside there was the Kodak Theater, where they celebrate the academy awards Oscars, now this theater changed his name to Dolby Theater. Outside the mall was the famous monument of the elephant.
In the morning ...
... his former discotheque, now also a ruin. One can only imagine the type of parties that took place there!...
The borders and islands of the lake contain many holiday homes and villas owned by drug criminals, models or other rich people from Medellín and elsewhere.
It reminded me of Las Isletas in Nicaragua; those are also little islands in a lake, owned by gansters and white collar 'criminals' (big company owners).
Leading a bad ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking