Hotel Cartagena Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... the supermarket is around £2 - £6 depending on the wine.
Everywhere there are pavement sellers - people who lay their blankets out and sell hats, paintings, jewellery & gorgeous colourful handmade bags. Oh we could spend a lot of money here. Well Jody could!
We changed hotels after two nights as the one we were in was a bit pricy at £25 a night. We went door knocking again and found one for £20 a night - still more than ...
After a long arduous journey, including flying into and out of a tropical storm in Houston, a red eye flight to Bogota, and then a short flight to Cartagena, I made my much anticipated arrival in Colombia! My first impression is that the country is beautiful, the people are friendly, and after a long and tumultuous period of unprecedented violence, Colombia and its people have persevered and embraced their ...
... We were lucky enough to bump into our gorgeous Welsh friends we had met crossing the Bolivia-Peru border so many months ago after following each other's travels since then. It was awesome to see them after just missing each other along the way. So after a hot and sticky few days, our sailing departure day arrived and we loaded up on snacks and drinks and headed to the wharf at sunset to board the boat and begin our next ...
... plaza with plenty of fountains. It is surrounded by the cathedral, which was shut, and the Palacio de la Inquisicion. We went into the Spanish Inquisition building for a look around. It was quite a grand building. The information was limited, but we saw some torture instruments, gallows and a guillotine. About 800 people were interrogated, tortured and executed there. The inquisitors really were sick b*stards. Upstairs, there was ...
... Colombian artefacts, the Plaza de Bolivar with the, practically compulsory in South America,statue of Simon Bolivar and stopped for a coffee in a new very smart cafe serving what was said to be the best coffee in town, and excellent it was. The houses are built in the Moorish style fairly plain and shuttered on the outside but with beautiful courtyards and fountains on the inside. The five star Sofitel looked particularly nice, but lots of others looked really ...