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  1. #32929

    Observations while traveling on the Metro and El Centro

    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    From what I have heard, alcohol sales are only suspended until midnight on Thursday, and does not include any additional days in Medellin, that's what a cab driver told me yesterday. And as of 7 AM on Thursday morning, it's very quiet in Poblado, almost like a Sunday here with very little traffic on the streets.
    Went to El Centro on Thursday and traveled there by the Metro at 11 AM in the morning. There was increased police presence at the Poblado, Estadio, and Parque Berrio stations and I suspect at all the other Metro Stations. More police with guns, etc. And I saw some random searches of peoples backpacks. While riding the Metro in the morning from San Antonio to Laureles I noticed protesters marching along one street, I saw a few roads shut down by the police, and lots of police on motorcycles. I also saw protesters in the Cisneros area in front of a government building as well. Also noticed very few people out and about including very few cars, taxis, trucks out on the streets while traveling on the Metro. When I arrived in El Centro, all of the bars on the backside of the Church were closed, but there were a few girls out working in front of the stairs to the short time Hotels. Typically at 11:30 AM its slow in El Centro, but the walkway area between the Museum and Carrea / Calle 52 seemed to have the same amount of girls out that I have seen at that time of day. I lucked out today because one of my favorites was out when I arrived so I didn't have to spend a lot of time there, and immediately took her upstairs, however I'm planning on going back at 5 PM.

    Given the dire straits the Venezuelans are in, I am sure there will be plenty of them out this evening. I have no idea about what was happening in any other parts of the City, except what I observed in Parque Berrio and traveling on the Metro.

  2. #32928

    Centro

    I visited Centro, last night, with wide eyes and big dreams. Unfortunately, as usual (for me), it fell flat. As mentioned in my previous post / question, I intended to take my moto, but it was raining. I ordered an Uber, and it took forever to get there. It's always a tough decision because I want to have a few beers, but I also want to be safe, while also not wanting to sit in an uber / taxi for 40+ minutes, nor having to wait for one when I want to leave. Anyhow.

    I arrived around 7 p, and decided to look for a beer, before going into Conejitas. I ventured to Avenida Cundinamarca (west of Veracruz / Plaza Botero). There are a handful of little bars & casinos, and it's a fairly grimy area, for the faint of heart. I loved it. I popped into Fonda why Hacienda La Cascada, which was packed full of locals, watching the Nacional game. There are plenty of SW on Avenida Cundinamarca, and I didn't feel too out of place (I am clearly gringo, and younger than most in those places). I had one beer, took in the scene, and then intended to go to another bar on that strip. I ended up just going to Conejitas. The smell in this particular area of Centro is God-awful, in some places. I can see how this area can be of little or no interest to some, but I like to mix it up.

    Conejitas had maybe 20 girls working / visible. No one was dancing, at the time. I sat for about 10 minutes, receiving "the look" from a couple of the girls. The others were either at tables, drinking with customers, playing on their phones, or just utterly non-present. None of the servers came over to my table. I left. I walked up the block to Grill Nueva Avenida, which was just as terrible as last time I stopped by. I took another lap of Botero / Veracruz, and saw a couple of good-looking darker girls. However, as a Centro rookie, I wasn't really in the mood to learn-on-the-go, as far as hotels, prices, etc. , despite having a general idea from the forum. Eventually, I made my way to Barra Ejecutiva, where they had the Nacional game on the huge projector screen. There were only a few customers, and they were all situated facing the screen. I ordered a beer, and then left when they said 15 k for a light beer. I then checked out Maracaibo, which was a sad vibe. Finally, I went to punto.com, but apparently just after closing time.

    Thus, my Centro experience was exactly like the last time I tried a night out there. I don't know if I am just missing out on some little nooks and crannies, going at the wrong time, or what. I genuinely don't feel like it's my attitude, because I'm not trying to prove any other forum members wrong, or save money, etc. I think New Life is probably going to be my first stop, any future time I decide to go to Centro, so that the night is not completely a loss. I guess, in my opinion, comparing Centro MDE to Santa Fe BOG is just not even close to the same. Now, I have only been to Sante Fe once, and while it is even dirtier than the Veracruz area, with places equally as bad as Centro, I did have a fantastic time in what I think was Troya Nightlcub. So, maybe I am subconsciously comparing the two.

    I would love to hear what others think about my approach, timing, etc.

    On a side note, I got a 300 offer from an 18 yo looker on Tinder. She stuck to her guns when I said that price is fine, but the one hour time limit is not. I have yet to check out La Isla or Luna Lunera, but maybe spending more for the sure thing is more my style than Centro. I am going to check out Jade Salon Spa, today, which didn't have a great selection last time I stopped by. Tonight is ladies night at a couple places in Parque Lleras, and I wonder how the protests / recent pay-day will affect the crowds, tonight.

    I went to New Life on Monday afternoon, and there were two 6+ types. I took J / Yulieta who had baby damage but was very personable and GFE.

  3. #32927

    Soccer / Futbol

    Quote Originally Posted by Baudelairemod  [View Original Post]
    Thanks man, Will definitely check it out!
    Definitely do it. It's one of the best things you can do to experience Colombian life as they do and have a great time. I sat in the student section which was ok one time but wouldn't suggest it and will sit somewhere else next time. They have a blast and it's an experience watching them dance and sing fight songs non stop. But the line to get in that section is long and slow due to super security and checkpoints.

    Glad to see others getting down and enjoying Colombian life in this way! You are in for a great time!

    P.S. even with 3 checkpoints which included frisking, they still manage to get Sister Mary into the stadium.

  4. #32926

    I don't Think So

    Quote Originally Posted by CocrBrotheler  [View Original Post]
    Think it could extend into Friday? I fly into Rio Negro at 3 PM however am staying in Poblado my first 4 nights. I tried San Peters with links provided in here however all the good high floors booked.

    Ty,

    Davis.
    From what I have heard, alcohol sales are only suspended until midnight on Thursday, and does not include any additional days in Medellin, that's what a cab driver told me yesterday. And as of 7 AM on Thursday morning, it's very quiet in Poblado, almost like a Sunday here with very little traffic on the streets.

  5. #32925

    Hope yall saved me a few girls

    I arrive Saturday and I'm in the city for the weekend only. Kinda got most of my dates set up, but I will be free Sunday from around 12 pm to 3 pm, I'll pretty much be posted up in Parque Botero. If anyone wants a your, I'll be around Sunday, but not for too long! Pollo negro is out!

  6. #32924
    Quote Originally Posted by KilledSoul  [View Original Post]
    They are non-alcoholic though.

    Extremely important to do that. And if you don't have something green just by the t-shirt in one of many shops outside the stadium.
    They sell non alcoholic beer??

  7. #32923
    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    For those currently in Colombia, the Government has announced border closures, curfews, and banning the sale of alcohol in Bogota, including the closure of many businesses, and the closure of all schools on Thursday. I don't know what controls the Government has planned for here in Medellin, however there will be a large March in downtown El Centro, either along Avenida Oriental or Avenida San Juan in the morning.

    Just a heads up for those planning to visit the casa's or other parts of El Centro tomorrow because it may be a "cluster fuck" to get around.
    Think it could extend into Friday? I fly into Rio Negro at 3 PM however am staying in Poblado my first 4 nights. I tried San Peters with links provided in here however all the good high floors booked.

    Ty,

    Davis.

  8. #32922

    0 alcohol

    Quote Originally Posted by Vern2020  [View Original Post]
    I don't drink, but vendors were walking around with beer. I am now a huge fan for life of Atletico National. I recommend this activity highly to anyone who likes futbol. I felt very safe.
    They are non-alcoholic though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vern2020  [View Original Post]
    If you go, wear something green!
    Extremely important to do that. And if you don't have something green just by the t-shirt in one of many shops outside the stadium.

  9. #32921
    Pro tip for the demonstrations: if you want to do casa runs be sure to get to the east side of Avenida Oriental by 10 AM. If you try to cross any later after the demonstration starts you could find yourself caught up in the mess. It's the same thing every year for May Day. It's usually a lot of graffiti and rabble rousing but every so often somebody will start throwing bottles or rocks and the police will shoot off tear gas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    For those currently in Colombia, the Government has announced border closures, curfews, and banning the sale of alcohol in Bogota, including the closure of many businesses, and the closure of all schools on Thursday. I don't know what controls the Government has planned for here in Medellin, however there will be a large March in downtown El Centro, either along Avenida Oriental or Avenida San Juan in the morning.

    Just a heads up for those planning to visit the casa's or other parts of El Centro tomorrow because it may be a "cluster fuck" to get around.

  10. #32920
    You can park your moto in the garage beneath the Nutibara. It's a very short and safe walk from there to Conejitas.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlapShot10  [View Original Post]
    Any vets have a recommendation for moto parking near Conejitos? I was thinking about going in the early evening, but if I hunker-down for a bit, I don't want to have any issues after dark. Not to mention, here in Tierra de Zoolander, God only knows where I'd be able to make a left turn, if I was just cruising around looking for parking!

    If anyone has a line on J. Balvin tickets for Nov 30, please PM me. For those of you who aren't too familiar with him, I would have to think the bars / clubs around Estadio will be full of good-looking Paisas, that night.

  11. #32919

    Thanks and keep the updates coming please

    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    For those currently in Colombia, the Government has announced border closures, curfews, and banning the sale of alcohol in Bogota, including the closure of many businesses, and the closure of all schools on Thursday. I don't know what controls the Government has planned for here in Medellin, however there will be a large March in downtown El Centro, either along Avenida Oriental or Avenida San Juan in the morning.

    Just a heads up for those planning to visit the casa's or other parts of El Centro tomorrow because it may be a "cluster fuck" to get around.
    I was in the Copa Lounge at the MDE airport last month. The bar tender and I were watching the riots in Chile and I mentioned it could happen in Medellin. He looked at me like I was crazy and perhaps he is correct. But I was in Santiago Chile last year and by all external measures it looked more peaceful, safe and content than Medellin ever has. Every time I have gotten an itch to buy a place in Medellin I have factored in that while Medellin is peaceful now, I have visited enough developing countries where that has changed on a dime. In any case while this is not the geo-political forum, please do keep us apprised of any impacts this unrest has in our beloved Medellin.

  12. #32918

    Strike Update

    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    For those who are in Colombia or will be flying into or out of, or anywhere within the Colombia next Thursday, there will be a nationwide strike going on within the Country this day which includes the air traffic controllers, truckers, and many others all across the Country. From the Colombians I have spoken with, it may be a day of violence with predictions of over a million protesters in Bogota, and maybe as many as 100,000 in Medellin. Apparently the main protest locations in Medellin will be taking place in "EL Centro" in and around the government buildings. There also may be disruptions at other spots in the City, such as the Metro stations by the protesters. I don't know much more than this and have been told to be very careful around town on this day. Think in terms of what has happened in other South American countries lately, as this day of protest may have some similarities to what has occurred elsewhere. More information about this can be found on the Internet.
    For those currently in Colombia, the Government has announced border closures, curfews, and banning the sale of alcohol in Bogota, including the closure of many businesses, and the closure of all schools on Thursday. I don't know what controls the Government has planned for here in Medellin, however there will be a large March in downtown El Centro, either along Avenida Oriental or Avenida San Juan in the morning.

    Just a heads up for those planning to visit the casa's or other parts of El Centro tomorrow because it may be a "cluster fuck" to get around.

  13. #32917

    Conejitos

    Any vets have a recommendation for moto parking near Conejitos? I was thinking about going in the early evening, but if I hunker-down for a bit, I don't want to have any issues after dark. Not to mention, here in Tierra de Zoolander, God only knows where I'd be able to make a left turn, if I was just cruising around looking for parking!

    If anyone has a line on J. Balvin tickets for Nov 30, please PM me. For those of you who aren't too familiar with him, I would have to think the bars / clubs around Estadio will be full of good-looking Paisas, that night.

  14. #32916
    Quote Originally Posted by Vern2020  [View Original Post]
    160 k included the great massage and full service. One of my best sessions of the whole week. And the timing was perfect after that long bus ride. Got to shower, relax, massage and sex.
    Never been there. Must check that place out when I return.

  15. #32915
    Quote Originally Posted by Vern2020  [View Original Post]
    The football game was a blast. I asked for the cheapest ticket, and I was crammed in the section with all the locals. People were incredibly nice. I was travelling by myself. They helped me find a seat that didn't have a water puddle in it from the rainstorm earlier. I don't drink, but vendors were walking around with beer. I am now a huge fan for life of Atletico National. I recommend this activity highly to anyone who likes futbol. I felt very safe. If you go, wear something green!
    Thanks man, Will definitely check it out!

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