El Marques Hotel Boutique

Nuestra Senora del Carmen, No. 33-41, Cartagena, 57, Colombia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Nuestra Senora del Carmen, No. 33-41, 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

    Cartagena & Santa Marta - Caribbean Colombia

    A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Sep 20, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Arriving at Cartagena by plane is like opening an oven door- it is so hot and that was at about 8pm, felt so different from Bogotá but quite pleasant. We grabbed our bags and headed straight to the hostel we'd booked- Mamallena- which was dead close. Weirdly, a girl Hannah used to work with, Roisin, was staying at our hostel (they knew they'd both be in South America at the same time but this was a big coincidence!). We were glad our room was at the very back of the hostel as ...

    Meanering in a beautiful walled city

    A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Jul 16, 2014

    ... coffee and more importantly air-conditioning. We wandered through the centre which was very new for 90 minutes and bought some things to make lunch back in our room. We hung around the hotel until the late afternoon and then went back into the old town to watch the sunset from the city walls. This looked great over the ocean outside the walls and we topped it off by having ...

    The Walled City: Cartagena.

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 17, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... riches of various Amerindian nations including the Incas. The port of Cartagena, well protected in a bay, benefited greatly from all of this plundering. Ships loaded with precious cargo arrived from Ecuador and Peru by way of Panama, and stopped at the city’s port to be loaded with other goods from the interior of the country. Afterward, the ships would continue on their way to Cuba or Puerto Rico, where other merchandise was added to their precious cargo. ...

    Holy Colombia!

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Apr 28, 2014

    13 photos

    ... force relentlessly offering a wide variety of cheap sunglasses, woven bracelets and low quality ice cream products. It was like if you combined Waskesiu Lake Canada Day with the PA Ex.

    Our personal Easter routine wasn't nearly as energetic, nor as physically revealing, although it was pretty neat the day the wind picked up and I learned my beard was finally long enough to be ruffled by the wind. I couldn't wait to race back to let Laynni know (it's still not ...

    Day 39

    A travel blog entry by tsundy on Apr 20, 2014

    ... argentinian family - who helped translate for us. The captain hot on me - talk about uncomfortable. We made a stop at Oceania island - where a lot more people got off. Near this island we did some snorkelling for 25mil. Great experience. So much coral reef and variety in fish. The guides would dive down to the coral, grab some, bring it to the top and let it loose - attracting lots of fish!! Felt sick after. Probably cause I was hungry and hadn't eaten enough. We Went back to ...