Dorado Plaza

Av San Martin No 4-41 Bocagrande , Cartagena, Colombia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Av San Martin No 4-41 Bocagrande , 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

Cartegena - another old colonial city

A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Jul 07, 2014

8 photos

... the same regard for personal space, a fact not appreciated by the group of girls that went into the volcano after us - judging by their screams.

The next day we went on a boat excursion of the Islas de Rosarios and Playa Blanca. It was a really nice trip around the beautiful Caribbean islands, and Playa Blanca was one of those tropical paradise kind of beaches, only slightly hampered by the ubiquitous salesmen trying to sell ...

The Walled City: Cartagena.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 17, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... in the city of Caracas have become everyday occurrences.I have no choice,my international flight leaves from Caracas Mixed in with this tension I am likely to see some of the most spectacular sites of the tour,including the Angel Falls,the highest in the world.


I am however getting far too ahead of myself and for now,with Cartagena fully explored,I head to Taganga to rest beside the Caribbean sea.












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Welcome to Cartagena, Colombia!

A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Apr 03, 2014

13 photos

... and for good reason. Although Cartagena is a city with 1 million citizens, the old town and Getsemani (sounds like Get-some-money) are both small, walkable enclaves' rich in architecture, history and charm. And taxis.

We stayed in Getsemani, the ancient home to the slaves that worked for the elite living in the old city (via a drawbridge over a moat!) and still is a workman’s neighborhood. Next door to our little hotel was a workshop of sorts ...

To Live is to Die (ride the snake)

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Mar 11, 2014

19 photos

... If a chick were to identify with and conform to its shell, thereby resisting the urge to hatch, it would die without being born and bringing forth new eggs. The incessant birth of new forms cannot happen without a continuous death of old structures and conditions. Birth is NOW. Life is NOW. Death is NOW. And the Resurrection is NOW or never.

"I will show you fear in a handful of dust." - T.S. Eliot

"As long as you have not grasped that ...

Colombia Part One: It's not Cocaine, It's Sand

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Feb 11, 2014

1 comment, 134 photos

... to the fascinating circular ruins, surprisingly huge and with a magnificent surrounding view. The city was built by the Tairona people around 800 AD and became more populated as they moved higher and deeper into the jungle to avoid the Spaniards. But the Spanish, with their foreign diseases and conquests, proved too much for the Tairona people and the civilaisation there eventually grew isolated and died out altogether. The ruins were subsequently ...