Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... to this point. After we were done with the Museum, we were guided outside into the actual theater. It was an amazing feeling being able to walk on the low parts where people performed and the high spots where people watched from. I felt like I could have been in the Colosseum in Italy or in the Gladiator film! We got some great photos in the outside part of the Theater.
We then explored to see a few monuments and went for lunch. We went ...
This wonderfully ancient city dates back to Roman times. Cartagena lies on a deep bay guarded by three
forts along a dramatic rocky peninsula called the Costa Cadida.
The palm trees frame the promenade greeting us as we walk
along the wharf to reach the city. The
weather is getting better and better since our one and only horror day in La
Spezia. Today the forecast is ...
When I decided I wanted to do an exchange in Spain, I had the options of 3 universities in Spain. one in Madrid (UC3M) and one in Vic (UVic). I chose UCAM (Catholic University of San Antonio Murcia) in the city of Guadalupe, close to the centre of Murcia, Murcia for many reasons but just a few to say were because they had a tourism program, small class sizes, loved the region of Murcia already, knew people already from the ...
Once I finished my work in Totana, I moved to Murcia, Murcia where I am living with 5 Spanish girls, 3 from Murcia and 2 from Andalusia until the end of June/14. It has been a great experience so far and now I know the city very well. I know the culture, the food, the best bars for students, the shopping areas, touristic areas...
This city is not very touristic but what it lacks makes up for in the people and how cheap food ...
... I saw many people snorkeling near the built look-out point. I am not sure if they were looking at fish or coral or both. But one day I hope to experience it!
There are also many great restaurants in the port. My favorite was the restaurant Mama Mia, who is owned by a family friend of my friends who I was staying with. Mama Mia has amazing Pizza and Pasta, of course I think it is because it is owned by an Italian!
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Other places to stay in Cartagena
Paseo Alfonso XIII, 40, Cartagena | 4 star hotelfrom $70
Avd. Juan Carlos I -7, Cartagena | 3 star hotelfrom $50
Carlos III, 49, Cartagena | 3 star hotelfrom $63
Calle Marcos Redondo 3, Cartagena | 4 star hotelfrom $76
Real 2, Plza Heroes de Cavite, Cartagena | 3 star hotelfrom $74
San Diego, 60, Cartagena | 3 star hotelfrom $62
Avenida de Luxemburgo, s/n. Pol. Ind., Cartagena | 3 star hotelfrom $50
Calle Cuatro Santos, 3, Cartagena | Hotelfrom $39