Hotel Cyan Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... From our viewpoint, we were in an area that before 2002 no one came because of the drugs and gun violence. Since then the government has worked to clean up the area and now visitors, such as us are starting to go to the area. We took the cable car back down, then the metro, and finally the truck back to our hotel. I was exhausted from the lack of sleep from the night before so I just grabbed a Subway sandwich and had a quiet night ...
... It is illegal for two men to ride on a motorbike or scooter together as the one on the back used to yield a gun and sit on the back shooting. Now, we have seem some sights on scooters and motorbikes; someone sitting on the back reading a paper; two parents and up to three kids on one bike; carrying a mattress; and even a lady breastfeeding, all while the bike is driving down the road, so while understandable, it is somewhat funny that two men on a bike is the only illegal activity. ...
... night and so he gave them the room. It's 2045 on a Saturday night and after the day we had, I wasn't having a bar of that. I won't go into details on what was said to the guy translating about how we felt about the situation, as I don't think there are spanish translations for most of the words used. But he politely tells the owner of our anger and he offers us two beds in a shared dorm. This sets us off again. We book a private room for specific reasons now it's just ...
... assasinated, but after the few days of 'whats going to happen now?' things immediately got better in the city.
Despite that the place was considered a bit of a write off, when in 1995 they went ahead and built the metro anyway which really revived the place. Improvements continued in 2002 and onwards when the mayor really tried to improve impovished and dangerous parts of town by turning them into parks and places where people can gather.
On the tour as ...
... and coffee for $3.00 USD (6145.50 COP) For dinner we ate "the Mondongo" which is rice, corn cake,banana,avocado, lemon, sweet or hot red pepper, and coriander. For dinner we also had "Antioquian Authentic food" Which is beans, rice, ground beef, crispy fat back, egg, ripe plantain, steamed potato. That cost us $26.75 USD ( 55070.22 Colombian pesos). For lunch we ate Grilled ...