Hotel Almirante Cartagena Colombia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at an even higher altitude. In all honesty, I can't fully remember the significance of why this cathedral was built so high on the hill. There are a lot of cathedrals and people in South America are very religious. After a while it all starts to blend together to me. What I really enjoyed about Monserrate was the amazing view of Bogota down below. The city is enormous and from up there you realize how little you will see and experience. And I was yet again short of ...
... from Santa Marta. After a good nights sleep at our hostel (Black Sheep, well recommended) we did the Real City Free Walking Tour. We caught the metro to the meeting point here, a reminder that we had left the sleepy coast for the big city. Our guide Hernan was excellent, giving lots of information and interesting facts about his home city: both present day and past. A prominent feature of the tour is all the Botero sculptures in the city. Originally from Medellin, the people ...
... del Mar lol.
We had been at the wrong spot,
No more Chris and Chris.
Lukas felt guilty,
He thought he knew where it was,
I made fun of him.
Crazy guy conversation,
Talking to himself.
But he did it right,
Found an old Bluetooth headset,
Crazy less blatant.
Back at the hostel,
I messaged a Chris.
"Waited at wrong spot"
"Got there after ...
... woke up to gleaming sunshine of course and decided to take a stroll around the old city which was beautiful and had a lot of charm. All the buildings were gorgeous and of all different bright colours (even better than Tobermory, I know, is that even possible?). It has quite a metropolitan feel with lots of bars, restaurants, cafés around the place. Whilst meandering through the cobbled streets and the walls we came across one of the best ...
... our hostel. We did this on the packed train and arrived at Poblado station where it was a mere 10 minute walk to the Black sheep hostel. This is a hostel run by a Kiwi and had good reviews. The prices are a bit steep, for a private room we think. The room is ready in an about an hour and we are given this fantastic larte room with plenty of light, great bathroom and 2 double beds and flat screen tv. ...