Hotel Casa Lola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Last night's dinner with Brooks and John was a lot of fun! We enjoy talking with them and having lots of laughs. Dinner was great with Rich and I having the tenderloin. Still having berries for dessert although Rich piles on the whipped cream. He says he only has a tablespoon of it, but now I have witnesses who may disagree with that.
We stayed for part of the show, a mindreader. Unfortunately, we get so tired, that we had to leave. ...
... out as pants so heavy with mud! Once out then had to climb back down mini volcano! Big steps and pretty steep and slippery most of the way down! They took my photo next to stick thin nikky so I looked a right site! Then had to walk along the stony gravelly path to the lake to wash down. I avoided the local women who offered to help you and asked people to get naked! Took a while to get the mud off and even when I thought if got it all I still had mud on ...
After 5 very bumpy hours in the back of the bus we safely arrived in Cartagena and found our way to the bus that goes to the city centre. The ride in is long and hot and again cost us the price of 4 seats, at least we didn't have to have our bags on on our laps. The bus driver made sure we got off in the right place and someone at the stop pointed us in the direction we needed so we skipped the taxis and headed off on foot. After asking directions in ...
... architecture I have ever seen. The city was once a pirate city and is also a huge port city. The old part of the city is walled, there is a huge cathedral in the centre as we walked in mass was starting so we stayed for the whole thing - if you believe that!
That night we braved beginning hostel life and thought it was time to go make some friends! We headed to the bar in out hostel and within ...
... posts on Facebook. Also, it is important who your friends are on Facebook and what they post.
Esther said that the people that own the Regatta and other hotels, opened a new boutique hotel in the Old City. It is called Cartaxa, which is the original name of this city when it was founded. She wanted to show me the hotel, so she called the hotel driver, and we drove to the hotel. There are 25 ...