Hotel Plaza Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Plaza Rosa Medellin
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... old friend Ohad. Ohad was never hard to find because he was permanently lying on his bed, gleaning of sweat in his boxers and playing with his computer. I don't think i saw him in clothes once. We got a bus to Santa Marta in the very north of the country that night which took over 18 hours. It was another awful bus journey. I was horrifically ...
... like. Our second stop was at Plaza de las Escultures. This plaza has 23 statues by Antioqueno Fernando Botero. There is another building in the distance that they call the needle building because again that is what it looks like. This plaza didn't feel like the safest place to be and I'm glad at we didn't spend too long there. At our last stop, we parked the truck and then took the metro. This is the only metro is Columbia and it is ...
... can move forward with the buildings so they sit there empty, although still heavily guarded. All of his buildings are white in tribute to cocaine. It also took us to the inconspicuous house he spent his last days hiding out in after having escaped from jail. The last time he was in jail he had given himself up to the government in exchange for special conditions of him being imprisoned. He ended up building his own prison cell which was basically his own mansion including a bar and ...
... special. We stayed in backpacker hostels, travelled a lot on local buses and drank rum out of plastic glasses. It was great to meet so many people from all walks of life and countries, not all of them people we would like to meet again but still was a fun experience to meet them. I am really lucky to be able to have that time with my mum and get on with her so well, thank you Mum for your company, the nice food and occasional comfy hotels. Next up Deborah, Rob, Jack and Ben in July.....bring it ...
... no direct bus to San Gil. I have to grab a bus to a bigger city in the north then catch another to my final destination. Colombia has been (massively) bigged up mainly because of the friendliness of the people. This was explained on the walking tour as a consequence of such a tramatic recent history, I guess in a similar vian to Cbodge. However, I haven't found this to be the case. People aren't particularly rude but they aren't particularly ...