Movich Las Lomas Hotel

Address: Glorieta Aeropuerto Internacional Jose Maria Cordova, Rionegro, 127, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Glorieta Aeropuerto Internacional Jose Maria Cordova, Rionegro.
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    The drugs have gone, an inspirational city remains

    A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Oct 21, 2014

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    ... and repeated the number. Surely something was lost in translation, they were actually asking for 500,000pesos (£160). We quickly refused to pay the obscene amount of money and moved onto another department in search of Dr Maurizio.

    Dr Maurizio sent Kam for an ultrasound scan on her abdomen to try locate the problem.
    Thankfully, the results came back all fine, however the doctor diagnosed Kam as having Gastritis, the only thing which wasn't fine was the ...

    Day 89: Medellín, Colombia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... 233;ne got a gyro and I ordered and really awesome seafood fra diavolo spaghetti dish. It had been three months since I ate somethig that truly tasted and felt Italian, and it had mussels, real shrimp, fish, real calamari... I was in heaven. Hacéne and I went for a beer after dinner and chatted a bunch. Once we finished he walked me to the metro, where I took a train and a bus home to Estefa's place and passed ...

    Medellín Part 3 of 2

    A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... some food. We found an unsatisfying fried something and went back for our laundry. Since we were passing by a large Éxito store, I took the chance to buy a nice shirt and jeans for the imminent night out.

    This time we ended up at a nightclub that had literally opened the day before. The ground floor had a bar, lights, seating, music, and everything, but the stairs led up to bags of concrete, ...

    Love is....... Medellin!

    A travel blog entry by maxine.daniels on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... spoke it well enough for Tiff and I to understand. It is amazing that we were able to go to a spanish speaking country and not speak the language and still find ways to communicate and understand. We spoke Spanglish. We learned so much. I promise if we were to spend about three months here we would be fluid in Espanol. Tiff and I didn't get into the streets tonight because it was late and we were kind of tired because just earlier today in Bogota we woke up very early to do ...

    Pablo Escobar's home

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jun 02, 2014

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    ... most go the longer, easier route via Bogata. Once we got out of the mountains and jungle the Colombian lowlands were like the Hobbit village from LOTR or the teletubby countryside, constant small mounds linked together for mile after mile. At the end of the lowlands we climbed back up into the mountains to reach Medellin at 1750m the second largest city in Colombia.

    Medellin used to be the most dangerous and murderous city in the world when Pablo Escobar and ...