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Travel Blogs from Medellin
... visited the shop after breakfast, ordered the stickers along with a special one for the panniers, then went to visit the city centre. It is an incredibly busy, noisy,vibrant, colourful place that has a good feel about it. Considering this was one of the most dangerous cities on earth a few years ago they certainly appear determined to put that behind them and make it a better place to be. Having said that, you do have to take care and we had only been there 10 minutes or ...
... We'd been told about Casa Kiwi, which was suppose to be a good hostel with a pool table and rooftop section. So thought we'd try that one out. We had to work out how to get a bus to the main centre of Medellin, and a helpful man who worked at the airport tried to explain in Spanish how to get a bus to the centre. He led us outside and to the main section where you catch buses from. We thought he was really nice, and then before he left, he wanted a tip from us and wouldn't leave ...
... it was closed but we enjoyed walking through the botanical garden and met a nice couple there while we waited out some rain. Then we took the metro to the center of downtown, in the heart of the bustle, where we saw many fat sculptures created by Botero in the square in front of a gorgeous cultural center. We also seemed to hit the cheap fresh food jackpot - tons of vendors with carts and stands of fruits and veggies were calling out for people to come buy their produce. ...
... of Padua. Moreover there are many restaurants and specific places where you can buy a lot of desserts, because of San Antonio de Pereira is recognized for its varied and delicious puddings. It's really crazy!
Today we've taken a long stroll and known a little of history about this place thanks to ...
... by Medellín-born Fernando Botero. There were cats, dogs, horses and people, all chubby of course! Another of his sculptures is located in Parque San Antonio, but was destroyed by a guerilla bomb in 1996. The bird was pieced back together and the jagged remains serve as a memorial to those who died. Medellín claims to have the largest church in the world made entirely of bricks, 1.2 million, the Catedral Metropolitana was big and pretty but I didn't bother ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet