GHL Comfort Hotel Costa Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews GHL Comfort Hotel Costa Azul Santa Marta
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Today. Was. Awesome. We started out with a great breakfast at the hotel, right next to the massive pool, and with a view of the beach. It was beautiful. We finished breakfast and headed out into the town of Santa Marta. We got a taxi to La Quinta de San Pedro, which is where Simon Bolivar lived and died. It was interesting to see where he lived, …
I got up this morning after another great night’s sleep at Colombia at Home. This has been a brilliant place to stay. I can’t wait to come back here someday. I packed up my stuff and checked out and then went into the city. I’d been told that I needed to check out the Museo del Oro (Gold Museum), so I made sure to get there today …
... br> I left the lake in a gang. There were seven of us, and we walked the earth with the powers that Atitlan had vested in us. We had love, light and laughter as our constant companions. We brought it with us and spread it gently over the land. First stop was Semuc Champey. Coming from Africa, I am used to the beauty of nature; mountains, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, and forests surround my home in the Garden Route, on the Southern Coast of South Africa. I am not one of ...
After all my talk of hitting the beach pronto we actually ended up spending our first two days on the coast barely leaving the hostel. It was like a mini-resort with a lovely pool surrounded by hammocks with cheap drinks and fun folk. There we learned the intricacies of a drinking game called 'titties', which actually involves more talent than its name suggests, just. In 48 hours the only outside excursion we made was to a mall to buy Ross some clean boxers ...
... introducing ourselves to one another. We had a decent group, myself and Clare, an English couple from Clapham, a Colombian couple, a group of 5 Dutch, a guy who was wearing jeans and a long shirt (!), his partner and an older Canadian French guy.
We begin by the map showing us the 47km trek that lay before us, to be covered over 3.5 days, all vertical, no flat paths to be seen here for a while. Twenty minutes in and the flat terrain was no more, it was then that we began ...