Hotel Cyan Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... about the notorious Pablo Escobar and his empire he grew. However, his empire was built by drugs, violence, murder, power and money. During the 1970s and all the way thru the 90s, Colombia was fighting with itself, a civil war so unrest that the country was ripped apart from the inside. The drug cartel became so powerful that not even the government could control it, so what do you do if you can't control it, you join it. The countries ...
... I found it pretty amazing. We ended up spending around 3 hours exploring the gardens and studying the most beautiful and most bizarre species of flowers, and enjoyed the pride and happiness of all the other civilians and visitors who had come to share in their love of flowers. That evening we drank and played cards on the rooftop bar with our new friends. They recommended a walking tour around the city, which we did the following morning. The tour showed us around ...
... but it was over 40 minutes to drive up and over a beautiful mountain ridge and then began the descent into the beautiful valley where Medellin sits. This city has a population of over 3 million people and sits in a long valley with a river running east to west right down the center. The elevation here is just under 1500 meters. This city sits very near the equator, so the temp changes ...
... undeterred we headed to Ecoparque Cerro el Volador in the city to get away for the hustle and bustle and in fact found a gem. Stunning views over the city were topped off by the amount of butterflies and birds all around. It was a very suitable and tranquil last day, finished off by cocktails before Mum treated me to a great steak to top it all off. All in all it was atop three weeks, I doubt it was much like the holidays Mum was used to but I think the difference made it all ...
... typical platter with meat, beans, egg, fried platano and more), Frijoles (beans), empanadas (pastry with meat or
potatoes or veg), bu˝uelos (basically friend pastry ball), tamal, chorizo con naranja (sausage with orange), palito de queso (fried pasty with cheese), mango biche (unripe mango slices with salt pepper and lime juice, sold everywhere in the streets, YUM)
Desserts - Pastel de Arequipe, Oblea
Juices in either water ...