Windsor Plaza Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cali
... got taken into the closed university building which was built in 1532. He invited us back to meet his family and have dinner but we didn't have time.
We've got bus tickets booked for tomorrow morning to San Agustin, which is supposed to be amazing and a bit off the beaten track. Not sure what the Internet situation is over the next few days so will update when we get there or back to civilisation next ...
... through, we saw play trains going through the mall that you could ride on. When we went to the bowling alley, it was very hectic because next door there was a big arcade. While my dad tried to reserve a game of bowling, we messed around in the arcade. At the end, we realized that it was too expensive (80,000 pesos or $40 U.S.) We only planned on bowling for 30 minutes, so we skipped it.
We spent about three or four hours in the mall. After we were done there, ...
... ever tasted, Miguel stated that should we be back to Cali we would be staying with him. Very tempting! Mauricio gave us a quick tour of the farm which is now mostly used for trout harvesting and was spectacular to see. After a quick hello to Manolete (the horse) we headed off to lunch. The restaurant overlooked Calima Lake which had kite surfers thrashing around the waters. Once we were back in Cali we stopped for our first ...
... the couches watching it through the window. Probably the nicest hostel we've stayed in!
We had our free hostel breakfast and had planned to go and do a hike through the jungle afterwards, but the rain and thunder weren't giving up. So we decided to wait it out a bit and maybe go later. So we hid inside and Skyped everyone at home. We also started chatting to a guy from Glasgow who happens to be good pals with another good pal of ours from school. ...
There are some beautiful towns surrounding Medellín, so feeling a bit citied out, we decided to head out into the countryside and visited the slightly unusual town of Guatapé. The town sits beside a lake, under which lies the site of the old town, Viejo Peñol. The old town was flooded in the 70s ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility