Hotel Decameron Panaca
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Decameron Panaca Armenia
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... of the most devastating events to have occurred in Colombia in recent history and its economic and social impacts are still being felt. Armenia was the hardest hit city; at least one thousand people were killed and over 50% of its 270,000 population were displaced.
The city of Armenia is located 290 kilometers southwest of Bogota at a height of 1,483 m.The climate of the city is varied, the average temperature ranges between 18–21 °C .It is classified as a ...
... national drink, being here has a particular flavor. You don’t need a scientist to know that most of the high-quality beans that are skillfully transformed into a good cup of coffee in the motherland, come from here: perhaps the thing that I miss most since we left home. Nina does not share the same passion, and perhaps would prefer a tea plantation, but she liked this little visit too, if only for the walk among the coffee plants and the avocado trees that give ...
... and it was lovely to see various generations of the same family helping out and being so proud of their 100% organic coffee. Our most physical activity was a 5 hour hike to a cloud forest and down again. I wasn't expecting to crack out the hiking boots again so soon after Ciudad Perdida but it was actually a nice walk (if hilly in places) and it was amazing to be IN the clouds. At the first stop, Kes tried agua de panela (sugar cane juice) with ...
... it for the last 5 or so years as before that it was in the centre of the guerrilla wars and the area was no-go for tourists. It has a lovely central plaza and there are often lots of horses on the street and cowboys wearing ponchos, cowboy hats and (unexpectedly), wellington boots. We spent 5 days here going for walks, visiting a coffee finca, chilling out, drinking a lot of coffee, ...
... with good views of the valley ahead, a mixture of rolling fields and cloud forest. Every 2 minutes we seemed to be having to climb the banks of the trail to let horses passed. I think more people do this trail on horseback than under their own steam. The next hoir was in the cloud forest where it followed a river, which required crossing 3 or 4 times. There were bridges but they were some of the worst that ...