Hotel Cafe Cafe Avenida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... families at the hotel who were cheering for England out of politeness.
The little town of Solento close to the Corchero valley is quaint and has a bohemian feel.Formed in the late 19th century its buildings were of the same style as the hotel I described earlier.It has a murky past though as it used to be a hot bed of political tension due to the fact that the FARC operated quite close to the area.In those times the houses were painted in the colours of the ...
... handcrafts while Michel waited patiently for me outside along the corridor.
It was here that I should have bought t-shirts with "Colombia" written all over them but unfortunately, it never crossed my mind! I was having too much fun shopping for myself! Thanks Justin and Fiorella for sending me some! Gracias!
Along the corridor, some local women ...
... was taken eleven decks below Chops to the Medical Center.
One of my shipboard friends tells me that as he was singing karaoke at 11:30 last night an announcement was made that the ship was experiencing a medical emergency and type O blood was needed. This morning, I am told, an ambulance was at the side of the ship and someone was evacuated from Legend.
As things go aboard ship I will assume that no information will be forthcoming about ...
... get it inside. As we were watching the Flagler had stopped the traffic. At home when this happens you stop and wait, usually quietly and patiently. Here all of the yellow taxis and motos just kept honking and yelling and honking some more. It even got to the point that they were almost ready to run the flagger over. Finally the construction workers just gave up and let the people pass, but part of the ...
It was time to explore Cartagena and we caught a cab into the old town mid morning. We had the cab driver drop us off at the clock tower or the Puerta del Reloj which is the main gateway through to the old city surrounded by the fort walls. The fort walls were constructed between the 1600's and 1800's to protect the Spanish colony from pirates and other countries. Cartagena was a lucrative point for pirates where many supplies arrived or departed from Spain ...