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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... Walled in on a peninsula almost every street present sa postcard quality image of narrow streets, with colourful houses adorned with balconies and flower pots or plants crawling up them. There are also plenty of squares, most withchurches.
Being a Sunday the place was pretty quiet, and if they weren't so pricey a nice chill on a cafe street corner could seem very appealing. Instead I headed outside of the walls to the nearby streets where, traditionally ...
... is only one club here on the resort and apparently no one comes to this place until well after midnight. The DJ is completely horrible, but at least there is something to do at night. Melissa has forced me dance a few times already, and tonight was no different. We tore it up until about 1:30am and I’m ready to pass out, We have nothing to wake up early for though, so another good night of sleep could. ...
... smiles as and says si si. I really saw the REAL Cartagena and not just the tourist stuff. On another day, Farrah invites me to a birthday party of someone in her family. We were to meet at the clock tower at 6pm. Earlier that day I did more exploring in the walled city. It was so cool. I went inside of Juan Valdez for coffee and the free wi-fi. While there waiting in line, I practiced spanish with the guard that was there. Just asking questions about ...
... most touristic place I have been since I went to the Christ statue in Rio de Janeiro. The city was packed with American tourists and the whole infrastructure to cater package tourists, cruise ship travelers and backpackers. Coke dealers and prostitutes were looking for stupid foreigners on the streets at night as well and found enough of them. After two nights there I had the feeling that I have seen enough and left for Medellin on a cheap ...
... Amazon says, "On the road of wisdom there is a beginning, but no end." I think that's a good way to look at things, for with every step you take towards the horizon, it recedes one step further. Understanding the involuted workings of my mind, finding the flaws in my thinking, aligning my energies, and facing fear head-on is more my purpose than any search or explanation, for the latter ultimately becomes just one more attachment to be coopted by the ego on ...