Hotel Almirante Cartagena Colombia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... out to be more like vaults in the city wall and had all been converted into little shops. A great place for souvenirs but a little pricy for us. We'll stick to the street sellers.
One of the things we really enjoyed doing when we were here, was buying unusual fruit in the supermarket and trying it. The supermarket was right opposite our new hotel so there were always new things to try. Some of it we wished we hadn't but all ...
... a large order of shrimp and rice, and had water. Here you have to work hard to stay hydrated. Every stop involves a bottle of water or two.
The wind was blowing, sand drifts were on the sidewalks and road. That night I had my share of respiratory issues. I am thinking if the sand was drifting the smaller silica particles were as well. We will take a plane and start our journey south to Medellin tomorrow. See you on the trail
... with the locals. The electricity in the streets leading up to the game was palpable. It has long been a dream of mine to watch an important game embedded with such passionate fans. I think the experience equaled or exceeded actually attending the game. So after a few days in steamy yet mesmerizing Cartagena, I'm off to a town called Taganga, a former fishing village turned backpacker haven. The mission...scuba ...
Today Hanna and I made breakfast in our hostel, along with free Columbian coffee. We then rented bicycles for $2 per hour and cycled around the entire city of Cartagena! We rode to Bocagrande, which is the more ritsy area of town, where the Hilton Cartagena is located. The beaches were gorgeous and lined with cabanas from different resorts, complete with pushy touts everywhere trying to sell us massages, hair braiding, and ...
It's Day 5 onboard the Westerdam, Wednesday, April 15th so only 15 days to go until we hit Vancouver. With all the news reports of crime and wide-swept drug issues, our tour of Cartagena was actually a welcome surprise. It’s a city of about 1.4 million people in a country that tops out at about 48 million. We found Cartagena to be very well kept – the streets were clean and smooth (this ...