Park 10 Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark 10 Hotel Medellin
great apt, the most amazing view on both sides
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... a completely different perspective – almost as though nature has specified the boundaries to the city. After Monsarrate , we drove to candeleria (which is like Bogota’s downtown area- kind of like Lapa in Rio) and walked around. This place was pretty amazing with cute little houses with interesting road names. Apparently every block had a name , you can imagine how confusing that would be with regards to directions. We started making our way to Bolivar plaza , I ...
6th - 9th November: Medellin
Well, after not having a really big night out since Coco Bongo in Mexico we really blew out the cob webs with 3 massive nights in Medellín. Fair to say the bodies were hurting as we set out for our travel day leaving Medellin. However we did still manage to get in the important sights and met a great crew of people!!
We stayed at the Black Sheep Hostel which is owned by a Kiwi ...
... vibrant community. While there are still big issues of inequality, the infrastructure being built throughout Medellin seems a good step to overcome this. For a rough comparison, you wonder whether somewhere like Mogadishu could have a very clean, efficient metro running the length of the city, drinkable tap water (amazing!), a complete transformation of its central business districts, modern art galleries and the only clean, free public toilets etc etc... On top of ...
... and he had been horse riding! So gross. It wasn't until we left San Agustin to head to Ipiales on the Colombian/Ecuadorian border for a night that he finally lamented and took a shower - only after protesting for 10 minutes or so about the water being 'too cold'. I couldn't believe it! Five days is a new PB for Jules. Ipiales is a pretty dodgy border town we only stopped in for a night on our way to Quito. It's one redeeming feature is the beautiful church 'Las ...
... edad." A 7 year old girl was one of the victims. When this happened, he was the same age. He didn't know Lina personally, but we were all afraid that was going to be the next sentence. Instead, he told us what these statues represent to him. One represents violence, hate, and pain, but it is in the past. The new statue, the one that was built from scratch to shows that violence did not win now towers over the other. By no means is Medellín a perfect place, but it has come very, very far.