Casa Sweety

Address: Calle del Guerrero 29b-119, Cartagena, N/A, Colombia | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Calle del Guerrero 29b-119, Cartagena, is near Cathedral de San Pedro Claver.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Sweety Cartagena

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Cartagena

        Viva Colombia!!

        A travel blog entry by normakate on Oct 05, 2015

        18 photos

        ... I bumped into Stephanie a Canadian who I met in the Purple Monkey hostel in Medellin. We agreed we would do the mud volcano the next day. I went for dinner with Enda and Kim from Texas and Katrina from Australia. Katrina had met a Peruvian guy on her travels and was carrying him home to the family! Kim was teaching in a private school in Colombia. We watched some fantastic dancers and an uber creepy Michael Jackson impersonator from Venezuela before heading back ...

        Monks and Mad Men

        A travel blog entry by katie.jenks28 on Sep 03, 2015

        2 comments, 7 photos

        ... exciting up there except a good view of the town and a display of silver legs and arms. Apparently if someone is cured by Jesus or Mary or whoever, they bring along a silver replica of the cured area and it goes in a cabinet. There were lots of legs, a few arms, a few little silver people which I assume were children and a couple of hearts. No other internal organs that I could see. There was a statue of that legless fraud outside ...

        Homeward bound

        A travel blog entry by mylittletrip on Jul 22, 2014

        1 comment, 21 photos

        ... and the area has Colombia's if not South Americas best preserved colonial architecture. It's like stepping back in time to the days of the Spanish conquistadors. Cartagena is also home to the largest fort built by the Spanish in the Americas, myself and the lads spent a few hours taking the tour of Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, educating ourselves about three hundred years of history leading up to Colombian independence in the early 1800's. It was an ...

        Wednesday, January 8, 2014

        A travel blog entry by edhamilton on Jan 08, 2014

        Another day at sea. Breakfast in dining room, just made it before closing at 9:30. Made decisions about shore excursions and booked them. Took pictures of the cabin. Dance class at 1:30 p.m. Then ate lunch. After lunch attended Panama Canal talk. Went to pool and read some, then to stretch class from there. Drinks and dinner at normal times, but we did not go to the show because we had to get up early and meet our tour at 8:00 ...

        Rios Tropicales

        A travel blog entry by nicolenoordhoek on Jul 09, 2011

        20 photos

        ... the river from so many different places. My room (I had my own room!) has a gorgeous location. Both sets of windows give a stunning view of the river. The deck is equipped with rocking chairs, benches and best of all six hammocks, which provide a very relaxing atmosphere. Where ever you are in the lodge, you can see the river. After we spent some time on the deck, we had lunch in the dining room/kitchen. It is all one open space, lacking proper windows ...