Park 10 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsPark 10 Hotel Medellin
great apt, the most amazing view on both sides
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TripAdvisor Reviews Park 10 Hotel Medellin
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... but with nice mottos. They take impeccable care of them so they often hang out all day at special too power washes. So my Spanish does in handy again…I explain who we are what we need and they immediately bring us to the front of the line and proudly do a very detailed job cleaning. While Dan is with the bikes I am talking to a growing crowd about our trip, laughing about the mud and how I look (covered head to toe). They did not want any money but we insisted ...
... us to get a tuc tuc or a horse up to the start point but there was no need as it was only a 5 minute walk. At Penon de Guatape you have to climb 700 steps to reach the top of the rock which is one of the biggest things for tourists to do in Medeillin. When we arrived at the foot of the rock we were feeling a bit overwhelmed because it looked very steep!!!!! We bought our tickets which cost 12,000 peso and started our climb which actually was much easier than we thought. The ...
... the terminal. We were following him as we made our way out of the terminal and onto the road and were hoping this wasn't some terrible chicken bus for the 10 hour trip he was leading us to. I had looked at the company online last night to get an idea of available buses and they seemed decent. We stood there on the side of the road for 15 minutes in the sun before the man signals the bus is coming and a coach bus makes it way out of the parking station. We do our usual ...
... cough, think getting nikky's cold. Took the cable cars up to park arvi. Cool seeing the thousands of buildings/homes going up the slopes and they can access the centre thanks to the cable car. By time we got to park we didn't have much time especially after I had to queue for the toilet for ages. We walked and came across a stream and mini waterfall. Then took cable car back down. He suggested going ...
... in the city which goes along side a number of places like the financial district, the universities (saw both the major ones in bogota from the outside – Los Andes and Javeriana), posh residential areas, etc.
Our next stop was this small little town called Usaquen, this place was just wow. Apparently this little town was lost with all the advancements made in the city and in rememberance they kept a little plaza still alive. There were all sorts of shows going ...