Casa Marta Cartagena

Calle San Antonio # 25-165, Cartagena, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena

Colombias turistby nr. 1

A travel blog entry by helguth


Cartagena er en vakker og spesiell by. Den er faktisk 10 ganger finere i virkeligheten enn p bilder.
Den M oppleves. Arkitekturen, menneskene og livet her. Alt er avslappet og hyggelig.
Her er det varmt. 30 grader.
Vi leide oss sykkler og syklet byen rundt inklusive Bocagrande, som er delen med de hye bygningene. Det var varmt, men …

Love in the Time of Shakira

A travel blog entry by jackcox

It would have been convenient if I'd fallen in love in Cartagena. Then the title of this blog post would actually work. As it happens they don't even play Shakira that much here. Anyways, I'm sticking with it for want of a better name.

They play rugby on rocks in Cartagena. I know this because I played rugby on rocks in Cartagena. It was novel being the biggest player on the pitch but I was disheartened at the end of the full contact training session when I had two massive gashes on ...

Day 9 Cartagena, Colombia

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise


... so we had to get our own coffee, no big deal!

The weather is again on the warm side, bright blue skies and a bit humid. This is what we like.

The tour was a comprehensive walking tour of Old Cartagena. We were a group of about 20, so much smaller than Regent. Even our bus was smaller, and it had a/c and cold water was on board. Our guide had to be one of the best we have had. He was so knowledgeable and personable. ...

My favorite city in Murcia

A travel blog entry by adfviajes


... great and cheap tapa bar and then for a Smoy after which is our favorite place to get a frozen yogurt!

After lunch we went to the Nacional Museum of Aquatic Archeology and our entry was free because we were students. We were that much happier. We saw some amazing things from ship wrecks on display in the museum. Silver, gold, pieces of pots, jewelry, coins, was incredible to see what they had excavated all that from the sea!

Wildlife, Emeralds and Rain

A travel blog entry by sparcat


We got off the ship and went to see Tucons, Monkeys, McCaws and took a taxi to a Monestary with beautiful city views. After going to see an Emerald Factory, (90% of emeralds come from Colombia), it rained. I mean it poured. Rather than walking the Old Town, we headed back to the ship.

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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle San Antonio # 25-165, Cartagena, is near Morlanda Winery.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding