Hotel Cyan Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... football match, the local team being Atletico Nacional. These fans are meant to be some of the craziest in the country so I was pretty excited to see it. We got tickets right in the middle of the fanatics, wearing the Atletico nacional colours obviously! They all stood and sung in unison for the literally the entire match. When they scored it turned into a mosh pit. Never seen anything like it.The people around us were good but still copped a little bit of trouble ...
... go to the good neighborhoods at the right times so my money intake has been fluctuating. Right now I'm averaging around 50,000 pesos for 3-4 hours. I expect that number to jump up as I learn the city and more traditional Colombian songs. 7) Speaking of traditional songs, I finished my first song in Spanish and am almost done with my second and third. Then I need to learn two more Colombian tunes and then I'll take ...
... place. This gallery represents some of the most important artists in Colombia, there you can get very clear advice on how to buy a piece of art without making a mistake, but if you're not interested in buying you can enjoy the exhibitions such as painting, mixed media, new media, sculpture, printmaking, photography, video, installations and performance art. There is always something new to admire or to dislike.
... Medellin as it was their annual flower festival and we were told the place would be packed with people (they must really love flowers) so we smartly called ahead to reserve a spot in the hostel we wanted to stay at. That was at around 10am and we told them we wouldn't be getting in until later that night. As we got close to Medellin we all had a funny feeling we weren't going to have a room when we arrived but we got our taxi to the hostel and got to the ...
... climbed up the side of the mountains. It wasn't too long before we left the city concrete behind and below us as we continued up the steep and windy road. Views back down into Medellín city were spectacular. We picked up a young musician, he sat in the front of the van and played a drum and harmonica. After 3 songs, we stopped to let him out at a viewpoint overlooking the city. It was incredible being on the side of the mountain looking across a huge city to ...