Hotel Casa Lola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Lola Cartagena
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... though, which I didn’t think much of at the time until it came up in a big red welts on my stomach and leg. Not sure what it was and I’m hoping the scars disappear, but if not I’ll call them travel souvenirs and reminders of my awesome first trip to Colombia :)
Now back at work, three weeks into a long 5-week rotation (doing an extra week this time for coverage, but ...
... t mind the heat, but wearing jeans in the heat is not pleasant. The breeze off the ocean is quite strong, and now it is comfortable with jeans on as long as you are only walking.
We returned back to the hotel. We were both still tired from our long day yesterday. I showered and washed out my t-shirt and undies in the sink and used the blow dryer to dry them. At least they will be clean for the next day. The bed looked ...
... tired as they all must have been( as we were toward the end of the parade route) once they saw that you were focusing for a picture, they would turn toward the camera with big smiles. All the transgender seemed to home in on our Dutch seat mates and would through themselves into their laps for great pictures and lots of laughs from the crowds. We were seated directly in front of several families with young children dying to get photographed with a number of the ...
... we boarded seemed pretty small and I worried that Jon would not be able to duck low enough to get inside. We all plopped ourselves into some seats (first come, first serve) and Randi and Matt were nice enough to give me and Jon seats next to each other. I had taken my Melatonin to calm myself down which was a good thing because our seats were directly behind the co-pilot and we could see everything, including half of the controls and the flimsy tin door at ...
... Cartagena. She explained to us that the name of our hostel, la Quemada, is the Spanish word for burnt, which we all thought was hilarious due to the exploding fan the previous day. We enjoyed watching and listening to some local Caribbean street performers in the park prior to a new years dinner within the walled city with a few glasses of wine. From here we strolled to Getsemani, a poorer neighbourhood just outside the centre before heading back to ...