Hotel Real Almirante Padilla

Centro, calle de la Moneda No. 7-134 , Cartagena, 5, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Centro, calle de la Moneda No. 7-134 , Cartagena, is near Walled City, San Felipe de Barajas Castle, Islas del Rosario, and Palacio de la Inquisicion.
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena


A travel blog entry by lindb on May 23, 2014

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... tight squeeze into the little boat and a 45 minute, fairly calm ride to the beach. The beach wasn't huge but it was beautiful. We hired a small cabana/tent for the 5 of us and spent most of the day chilling out and swimming. Lunch consisted of a whole fish ( not my favourite) with rice plantain and salad. The boat headed back to harbour around 3pm and we walked back to the hotel to change, pack and meet the whole group for dinner in the historic centre at Crepes and ...

Colombia Pt.2

A travel blog entry by p.albin on Mar 16, 2014

... my only real meal of the day. I mentioned in my last post I was trying to find the game of Tejo in Medellin but had no luck however I found it in Cali and played with an American girl and Canadian guy from my hostel I had got chatting to. Basically you throw an apple-sized (ish) metal disc from one end of your lane to another and try to hit the centre ring of a clay pit which has explosives on parts of the ring. So the best shot is to land the disc in the clay with no ...

To Live is to Die (ride the snake)

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Mar 11, 2014

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... is the most far-reaching consequence of submission to authority." - Stanley Milgram

This is what makes authority so dangerous, especially when it takes on the form of an organized religion claiming to have the only direct line to the abode of the Almighty. The Bible is beautiful because it serves as a guide for the emancipation of man when properly understood. It is dangerous because it has been desecrated and used to keep more minds ...

25th Dec - 1st Jan Cartagena Crimbo and New Year

A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Dec 25, 2013

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... went to visit a mud volcano, weŽd seen some pictures and it looked quite strange, 5 of us went in the end, a few of which had good spanish so we decided to go indepentely using public transport, first getting a taxi ride, or a rally ride with the driver attempting gaps that just werent there. Then bought a bus ticket which we were told was a return ticket, and would later find out it wasnŽt. We got dropped off 1km away from the volcano, so walked again in the mid day sun, and ...


A travel blog entry by itsgotime on Nov 23, 2013

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... a matter of minutes.

Weather aside, Cartagena is a must visit if in Columbia. For tourists, there is Bocas, sort of like the beach area at Mazatlan, and for the more adventurous there is the old city and Getsemani. The old city is a "walled city" with its still intact 16th century walls complete with cannons. The walled city is split into ...