Movich Las Lomas Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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It was a really nice day today with the sun out.. We got up early and had our breakfast before walking down to the metro station. We caught the metro to the gondola which is used as transport up and down the hills. It's all part of the 1,900 COP fee for the metro and gondola. It's one of the only places in the world that uses gondolas as public transport. There were 3 places you can stop on the way up the hills and like we did just stay on until ...
... City Walking tour.
This was really interesting, the guide grew up in the city and provided lots of insight in to the city's history and political environment while taking in some of the key sites in the city's Downtown area. It took around 4 hours and included many Botero sculptures which he donated to the city. He is apparently the living artist with the highest value of works. The most moving of his works is the site of ...
... women to leave"! None the less, we had a great time together and I'm sure I will be see her again, because I'm not trying to brag or anything but women just fall in love with me! Starting off the Friday night with a couple shots of Colombia best liquor (it really taste like ****), a mojito and the chefs recommendation of......**** I forgot, but the ****** liquor is sure tasting good ...
We arrived at our hotel about 7:45 pm. After lugging the luggage up 3 flights of narrow stairs, we were ready to go to the grocery store to grab dinner. We stayed in a 'nice' area right off downtown. Let me rephrase, the hotel was nice and located in a nice area. However, the word nice is subject to interpretation. Let's just say that I would not go out alone, day or night. Medellin is the only city that Francisco asked i four money was safe (hidden) and where was it. Hallelujah ...
... the stadium we saw riot police drag 3 separate people from the stadium, bleeding... We were terrified walking in. Even the 80 year old woman sitting in front of us was swearing at the opposition and referee! Anytime Bogota had a corner the crowd would hurl bottles at the player taking the kick, then abuse him for taking too long. The seats we'd purchased were for the top level of the stadium but we couldn't even get up the stairs to try to find them... We are pretty sure ...