Hotel Estelar Milla de Oro
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... Houses, districts everywhere, buildings everywhere also. Very modern as we drove passed many malls and nice restaurant. Street were in good quality and people clothes were very stylish. We did not want to go to the area of everyone, " Poblado". They said that it is safer but we found area safe enough as there is many people on the street. As the beginning of our trip, day and night life are different here. Example, our area, metro station " Ayura", is very busy during the day, it ...
... dancers possibly carnival practice. Great to watch for a few minutes. Next door to the gardens is the centre called Parque Explorer which houses a science interactive centre, outdoor physics games and inside an aquarium and reptile display. We spent the next 2 hourse here. The aquarium was a fresh water aquarium and the first ine we have visited. It had collections ofbriver fish and amazoniam fish species including bizarre lungfish and species of eel fish ...
... From parque lleras to rio sur, the women where out and dressed to impress. If you saw a woman wearing what these women wear down here in the states, you would automatically think that there is a price tag for her. But down here the woman dress like that, and it's very good to be in a culture where the human race is confident in there skin. But wooweeeee, smoking! The night was a riot ...
... Sunday, having never watched a Superbowl properly, I was keen to see what all the fuss was about, and after spending nearly 6 hours watching an 80 minute game I think it is, I still dont know what the fuss is, apparently it was a poor Superbowl to watch due to Seattle whooping the opposition. Later that night we found small bar with only locals and danced some salsa for a few hours. We would return there the following night, to which all the gringos danced to Riki ...
... city historically too. It was settled by the Spanish and well built to protect the new motherland. The Castle San Felipe is the largest fort in Latin America. The city is strategically the first port of entry to the main land and is kind of why Spanish exists and English does not in Latin America. Long story short, the British came to invade Cartagena and move inward but lost the battle at this fort with the Spanish after days of battle at sea, sickness, and ...