El Marques Hotel Boutique
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... where you could stay for the night, it looked proper chilled. We left around 4:30 in the end, we were very pleased we didn't go on the tour as they were packed up on the boat and ready to leave by 3!!
The rest of our time in Cartagena was spent wandering around the historical centre. It has got to be one of the most beautiful cities we've come across. All the buildings are immaculate and so colourful with vines of brightly coloured ...
... BBQ sauce on - winner! I jokingly said I bet it's like what we had in the square - a big foods trough and it was! But this time it had **** loads of chips in it and loads of sweetcorn. Not much meat but what there was the beef and chicken were nice. So rich with the BBQ sauce made it even more filling! Cheese much better on this one - not a melted block but would pull away and break easily! Double the price mind - 18000 plus tax! I couldn't finish mine but made sure I picked all ...
... by beautiful mountains (another gondola ride, another brilliant vista). It is the world's largest city without a metro system, and an otherwise reasonable bus transport system was buckling under the he-he-heaving, jammed masses of peak hour (there are 70,000 fare evasions in Bogota per day). As in Santa Marta, everyone handles the stress of public transport by tapping out the beat of whatever music is playing... thum, da-dum-da, thum, ...
... there throughout the day. The plan was initially for a quiet first night, but the excitement of being in Colombia got the better of everyone and inevitably beers made a fairly early appearance. After having to navigate my way to a local shopping mall to buy a new towel; Sandy, Melissa and I headed to the Old Town to watch sunset from the edge of the fort. A Cartagena must do. That evening we wandered around the Old Town for a while ...
... dinner drink at an upmarket bar on the wall. Wandering around the old town in the dark again was very impressive. We then went to the Crepes and Waffles chain restaurant which we were told had been established by a Colombian woman who only allows single mums to be employed. The crepes were delicious and we were little piggies by topping it off with mini waffles for ...