Park 10 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark 10 Hotel Medellin
great apt, the most amazing view on both sides
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... to get to the metro station.
So we followed his instructions to catch the bus, but after walking for a while we realized that our surroundings were getting sketchier and we felt more and more unsafe. At one point we arrived at a set of stairs going down a steep hill between two makeshift houses with a guy standing with his shirt half dressed looking right at us. Gen and I looked at each other and said lets turn around :). As we did, we saw the bus ...
... not see a thing on the side. Luckily our tour truck was coming by and turned in to our campsite just s I arrived. It had started to rain, was cold and shaky. But was so happy to hear it was just a flat tire for Dan and he was coming. I know I am long winded but I have to let you know how incredibly giving the people are here. We stayed at a mans property…a little 3 room (600 sq ft) brick home. He built 3 bathrooms just for us. The shower was ice cold. It was raining. ...
... decided to eat out for lunch. We went to al-alma which is a gorgeous little cafe right aross the road from Happy Budda where we all got fantastic food. Its defintely a cafe to recommend! After lunch we got the metro to meet up with your group and guide for the free walking tour of the city. This tour was four hours long which was a bit much but the guide was brilliant and she covered an awful lot of the city during the tour. She is Colombian herself and so she was full of ...
... also real life Medellin. The next day we thought we'd take a real city tour to give us a little info and our bearings in the city. It centred in downtown which is not he prettiest but Juliana our guide gave us quite an insight into the history of Colombian and specifically Medellin. In the early 19th Century it became a real industrial and economic powerhouse of Colombia with its own railroad to export the coffee! However, the recent history, the arrival of the drug cartels and ...
... it's good.
- desert (usually with arequipe) is often accompanied by a glass of milk.
- milk is usually bought in sealed plastic bags and then set in a plastic container in the fridge, with a top corner cut open; water can be found like this also.
- Arepas are to Colombia as pastizzi are to Malta.
- you can hail a bus literally anywhere on the road. Bus stops are mainly for ...