Hotel Novelty Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... were going to gym! We met Tony at reception as he was going to show us how to get the the gym, which was on the universities premises. The first session was free and thereafter it would cost you $5 per day. This was or last day so we were going to make the most out of our free session. Seeing as traveling has left us a little less fit and maybe a slightly more flabby. We decided to do both cardio and weight. Yo Bru! We hit it hard. We pumped iron and did cardio for just over ...
... wind. Then it was my turn, although exhausted I got to the top elated, only slightly miffed that there was nothing to see but white! The temperatures meant we climbed back down after to the pre cumbre to eat and replace the huge amount of energy we had already expended before 7am. As we sat eating yogurt and peanuts just out of range of the two metre long icicles behind. I suddenly realise in an altitude induced haze that there was blue sky - it was clearing! I yelled at ...
... that full of hostels, retail shops, restaurants, clubs, bars & discos.
Parque Arvi sits on the eastern edge of the city and can be accessed by both cable car and vehicles and buses alike. The countryside appeal of the lush green is not only spectacular to experience, but forms an important watershed for the area as well as important biological nature reserve for plants and animals ...
... relief, back to my lasagne. We get home, there is a bit of a commotion at the hostel, some weirdo is hanging around our room, we can hear footsteps running. B and I a little bit scared, we put the cupboard next to the door so no one can get in, good times, however time to get the hell out of Medellin!
1. Pablo Escobar Tour - meeting his brother
2. Party crawl - Medellins finest clubs
3. La Presidente restaurant
4. Aguardiente Antioqueno
5. New ...
... was in Spanish. He told us to get off the property and pointed to the entrance, so we walked past his house and find a sandbag bunker and a couple of militia/soldiers with rifles guarding the place. Still have no idea why! Got a quick photo with one and left. Walked on for a while passing houses until we found the town and got our bearings! Good day!
Also got my advanced suba ticket during the days while in Santa Marta. Theres a small cove town called Taganga ...