Hotel Novelty Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as little as 6 mins with significantly less effort. Also worth noting is that they do not charge anyone for the use of the escalators even if the monthly maintenance cost is approximately $30K and the total building cost was $ 8 Million. It took 3 years to build and it was the first project of its kind but they are now using this model to build others like it in Spain and Japan. After the information session he explained to us where to take back the bus ...
... rider walking because it was too steep ( a great rider but did no have as many gears) and asked her how much further because my odometer was off by the bit I had gone back to check on Dan. She said only 6 or 7 more kilometers. OMG. Realized that the little paper where I write the directions was wrinkled right at the spot where we finished so I had read it as 132k where it was 138K. Much slower the last 6k as I had blown myself out when I thought I was almost done. ...
... man as he has done 14 years in prison for his involvment with his brothers drug cartel) we were able to get photos with him and to have a coffee with him as well as seeing some of Pablos old cars, a jet ski, some bullet holes from when the house was under fire, where Pablo used to hide stashes of money and where he himself used to hide whenever the police raided the house.Before we left this house Elaine managed to block the toilet! The mini bus dropped us back to Happy Budda ...
... high on the valley sides over Medellin and therefore was quite inaccessible until 4/5 years ago when they built a series of escalators to help the population, especially those of ill health, become more integrated into society. It has transformed the place, they have also allowed a lot of grafitti artists and even local children to paint the areas around the escalators to give them ownership and brighten up the place. It has worked, even the roofs are painted and the place feels ...
- if in a pueblo (town), ride the chivero, especially if they're full and you have to stand on the bumper at the back and hold on to the roof-rail. Fun!
- kitchen soap is often solid and in a plastic tub near the sink; you rub the sponge against it and proceed to wash. Different.
- They drink fresh juice (prepared with water or milk) made from fruit you never knew existed after every meal and at any time, ...