Hotel Charlotte - Cartagena de Indias
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel Charlotte - Cartagena de Indias
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Charlotte - Cartagena de Indias
Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... and took us where we wanted to go. This time the Museo de Oro, unlike the one in Santa Marta, really was a gold museum, but also contained many exhibits on the indigenous native population who (surprise, surprise) produced many of the gold artifacts in the museum. And what else did we see – the Catedral, the Plaza de Bolivar???? Huh, are we still in Santa Marta? Just kidding. Reminds me of the story we heard on our ...
... There are other restaurants, but you need to book in advance for those.
The buffet dinner was really good, and Melissa even managed to get me out on the dance floor for a few songs before the live band finished for the night. After dinner, Melissa and I had a drink at the bar, and then headed down to the show to meet the rest of the family. There is a show they put on every night at this little outdoor theatre. It consisted of dancing ...
... I'm told thats what we passed as my eyes were firmly shut for most of it.
From Medellin, Hannah, Tim and I also took a day trip to Guatepe. We decided to forgo the 65,000 peso tour (which is basically transport there and back and 2 meals: we achieved the same for less than 40,000 each- basically future travelers- you don't need to take a tour) and got the public bus there instead. Two hours later, just outside of Guatepe, we jumped off the bus at "La Piedra". This ...
... is looking to be the job of a lifetime, and I haven't even started yet. My boss, Mark from Australia, was happy to extend my trip for 2 photos a week. I told him I could do him one or several better, and sent him a link to this blog.
One thing about being on the coast is things are so relaxed. Maybe too relaxed. The day after the castle, not that it was a stressful or exhausting day, I did almost literally nothing. I talked to people, ate a late lunch, wrote ...
As Tiff and I arrive in Cartagena, it's about 8:30am when we make it to our apt. We are Muy Cansado (very tired). We rented the apt through airbnb. It is not as nice as our place in Medillin but it will do. Rosio, our host wasn't there, she had to be in Bogota so her mom filled in for her and took good care of us. Her mom was the sweeties lady ever. She spoke absolutely no English which was a challenge but was good because it made Tiif and I practice. Thank The Lord for ...