Casa Castel

Address: Av. De La Asamblea Calle 25A #21A 72, Cartagena, Colombia | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Av. De La Asamblea Calle 25A #21A 72, Cartagena.
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      Travel Blogs from Cartagena

      First stop in South America!!

      A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Nov 01, 2014

      4 comments, 23 photos

      ... but Columbia seems to have stepped it up a notch. It has been incredibly humid which has meant constant sweating since we arrived in Columbia. Coincidentally the hostel only had cold warer showers so they were really refreshing. Next stop in Columbia: Taganga & Tayrona National Park Hostel in Cartagena: Mama Waldy - we would not recommend this, although cheap (£7 a night) there was not much else going for it! 10,000 Columbian peso = approx ...

      New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by lzusarail on Sep 23, 2014

      6 photos

      Writing from the Crescent, the train from New Orleans to New York, just outside of Atlanta. Bourbon street was insane: people of all ages, races and sports team affiliations drinking open containers in the streets on a Sunday night. The police are as much of a tourist attraction as the strip clubs, and will let you pet their horses and take pictures with them. We started out with a couple of hurricanes (a local cocktail of rum and passion fruit juice) at Pat ...

      Cartagena de los Gringos

      A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Sep 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... yellow fever and had to retreat. At the end of the video was the bold claim that, if not for that glorious battle, South America would speak English today. The kicker? We were watching the video in English.

      Anyway, it has some truth to it. Cartagena was the Spanish foothold on South America. But by 1741, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Lima, BogotŠ, and countless other cities had been around for centuries. I think at most these countries would be speaking some ...

      Kayaking, Gold Museum, and Villa Rica murals

      A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Jul 20, 2014

      24 photos

      ... to Beaver Creek. In Beaver Creek we saw an osprey nest and beaver dam. The kayak trip was for 1.5 hours. It probably lasted a little longer.

      We stopped at Redbox again for another movie and a local produce stand. We ate our lunch at the condo.

      Afterwards, we visited the Pine Mountain Gold Museum in Villa Rica. The cost is only $4. The museum preserved the history of Villa Rica's ...

      Hiking to the mill at Sweetwater Creek State Park

      A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Jul 19, 2014

      19 photos

      ... and Kentucky during the war and separated from their husbands, fathers, and brothers who were fighting.

      Ranger Don unlocked the gate to the mill. We walked amongst the ruins. Portions of the remaining ruins are as high as three and one half stories. Originally, the mill was five stories. A snake slithered past us as we were walking among the ruins. Ranger Don left us as we continued on our ...