Hotel American Golf

Address: Calle 82 #58-41, Barranquilla, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Calle 82 #58-41, Barranquilla.
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      Travel Blogs from Barranquilla

      Guess thats why they call it ´´travelling´´ Part 2

      A travel blog entry by stuartlaing on Feb 15, 2012

      ... we got our passports stamped and left the ****** bus.

      We then found a guy who would take us to Cartagena...FINALLY! We got our passports stamped on the Colombian side and got on the bus. Never in my life had I ever thought that I would have felt - or ever be saying that I felt - so happy to see the words ´´Welcome to Colombia´´ but I really was. We waited about an hour for this small bus to fill up then set off on our way.

      The rest of the journey was ...

      New Land Ahoy!

      A travel blog entry by phungster on Mar 05, 2011

      14 comments, 3 photos

      ... TRAVEL TIPS of the Day

    • Estimated exchange rate at the time of this writing: $1 (US Dollar) = 1,800 COP (Colombia Peso)
    • Taxi fare from Barranquilla airport to Barranquilla city center is about 25,000 COP - which is quite high, but prices tend to be higher around carnaval time. It takes around 35 minutes from airport to city center.
    • " Life is DELICIOUS! Take a huge bite and enjoy it to the fullest!!! " ...

      Barrenquilla? I guess it is a matter of opinion.

      A travel blog entry by wandering_gypsy on Mar 06, 2010

      ... and free lesson, let's hope they stay that way for a while.
      The worst part being, I can see the potential for Barrenquilla being a beautifully authentic Colombian experience for its lack of tourism, yet, I will most likely never know, damn that Taganga beach, and my breaking of the rules.
      Hasta luego Barrenquilla, tal vez el proximo tiempo yo voy a me organizar mas. Lo siento. ...

      Carneval in Barranquilla

      A travel blog entry by paulhand33 on Feb 22, 2009

      5 photos

      Famed Columbian writer aptly observed that placing five Columbians in a room together soon becomes a party. So it's quite the sight to see about one million of them in the one place. Barranquilla, a gritty port town, is renowned nationally as the best city for Carnaval. We made it there in good time for the Batalla de los Flores parade on the Saturday and within minutes drinking rum with a few off duty policemen and ...

      Moral of the story-don't eat ceviche at the beach.

      A travel blog entry by gracie-lou on Nov 20, 2008

      31 photos

      ... meetings (so nothing too taxing right now!). I have really enjoyed this semester-I've met some fantastic people and am really looking forward to the next one!But for now I'm enjoying having more free time on my hands to get out and about. So all I've been doing up until now is marking exams and going to the occasional weekend soiree, the latest of which was two fabulous ...