Estelar Recinto del Pensamiento Hotel

Kilometro 11 Via al Magdalena, Manizales, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Kilometro 11 Via al Magdalena, Manizales.
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    A travel blog entry by ami.cobb on May 23, 2014

    The second city that we visited in the coffee region was Manizales, a large modern city and a dichotomy to the quaint Salento. The reason for this stop over was to visit a large production coffee farm, Hacienda Venecia, which produces beans for coffee world wide. The 2 hour tour was quite informative and it ended at the hotel on the property which houses incredibly beautiful peacocks. ...


    A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Apr 13, 2014

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    Today I said "Adios" to Salento and took a bus to the city of Pereira, where I took another short bus to the city of Manizales (Mon-i-sal-es). This city has about 500,000 people, so a bit larger than the other two. But I'm enjoying it. It has a beautiful cathedral and is surrounded by mountains. Chipre is a cool neighborhood that has incredible views, and after dinner I visited a thermal springs pool in town. It felt awesome! The tour of the ...

    Colombian Coffee!

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Oct 28, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... from coffee trees. Then, you smash them and two white, slimy beans come out. Next, they clean the slime covering. After that, you smash each dry bean and pick all the white part off. Now, there should be a green sort of plastic covering on that. Finally, you roast the beans, grind them and steep the ground coffee in hot water.


    On Saturday, we had an awesome day in Medellín! We went to the science center and a botanical garden. We took a taxi there because it ...

    Since I've bean loving you.

    A travel blog entry by andyandott on Jul 05, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... her way back home to India after 10 years in the states got in. Half an hour later heading down from 2200m to 1500m we arrive. We are welcomed with a coffee, naturally, and then head out to look at the plants. They only grow arabica beans here, just like in costa rica. We could observe all the stages of the bean on one plant, from the white flower to the ripening beans which start off green, then orange and when ripe a bright red. ...


    A travel blog entry by ocelotscott on Mar 31, 2013

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    Arrived in Manizales, booked my bus out of there before leaving the terminal - very organised for me - and caught a taxi to my hostel. Having already ditched my way-too-luxuriously-sized-for-travel dictionary in Bogota, I felt particularly naked when I was met at the hostel by an Englishless employee and I realised that my phrasebook had fallen out of the dodgy front compartment of my day pack and travelled off ...