|0||by Karen Attman, Viator.com||Clubs and Bars, Art + Culture, Food + Drink, Historical Travel, Literary Travel, Pop Culture and Travel, Shopping, Medellin, Trip Ideas, Food + Drink|
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|0||by Andreas Ambarchian||Art + Culture, Historical Travel, Literary Travel, Mountains, Nature Appreciation, Pop Culture and Travel, Scenic Drives, Wildlife Appreciation, Bolivia, Brazil, Amazonas, Iguazu Falls, Colombia, Peru, Trip Ideas|
There's no fancy silverware, no tablecloth, and no dress code. In fact, most diners, fresh from a hike, show up at this low-key lodge's dining room in flip-flops and shorts. Based on the setting, you might not guess that you're about to eat one of the most complex meals in all of Colombia, or, more importantly, that Chef Joseph Romero was sous chef at Spain's now-closed El Bulli, often called the world's best restaurant. But the real question on diners' minds, as they start their 10-course tasting menu with an appetizer like free-range hen salad with coconut biscuits and kefir is, "How can this all possibly cost $20?"
|0||by Ramona Flume||Alternative Lodging, Food + Drink, Hiking and Climbing, Nature Appreciation, Colombia, Food + Drink|
Senior editor Liz Ozaist visited Cartagena earlier this year. She went partly out of curiosity for a place called "the next Buenos Aires," and partly as a personal journey related to her late father. Read her story, "From Cartagena, With Love." Then watch the five-minute interview (which aired on CNN Live! today):
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|0||by Sara Morrow||Colombia, Missouri|