Hotel Pueblito Playa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Pueblito Playa Cartagena
Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... an hour I decided my only options were to go by myself or go back to bed and as there are scary noises out there I went back to bed.
It is much drier in the north and on the way to Cartegena, we passed miles of fishing villages which were just like West Africa - shanty tin shacks, mountains of rubbish, stagnant water everywhere and pigs wandering around. The national swamp was on one side and the Caribbean Sea on the other with a road practically in the sea between the ...
... a eucalyptus and lemon cream with an electronic massager. Well, I felt some better afterwards, and my muscles were a little more relaxed, but I needed to walk very carefully to avoid pain.
While I was getting my massage, Esther went to the drug store to buy my medicines, which I reimbursed her for. After the massage, we had to take the syringe with the injection medicine to any clinic which had a nurse to give the injection. We found ...
... From there we headed to the Tortuguero Canal and boarded a boat to see 2-toed sloths, howler monkeys, green lizards that walk on water and a Kaymen-type alligator. We finished up with a stop at a beach. A little rough to swim, but it was beautiful. Another great tour for 1/2 the price of what the cruise ship charges, plus it was just the 4 of us and not a bus load of people.
... culture through food and history, my two favorite things, I about shed a tear. With the sun setting and the colors on the houses glowing with a soft pastel hue, I realized that we had pretty much already had a perfect travel day. However, we had already planned to go out dancing that night, so with our bellies full, we headed back to the hotel to change, and get ready to party.
Now, “partying” as a thirty year old traveler is so ...
... of the fortress as this was the hottest part of the day.Our next stop was just outside the walls of the 'old city'. We left the bus and walked toward the main church in the old part of the city. Again we were accosted by many sellers, some of whom had some interesting things to look at, if they were not so aggressive, and if we had more time.... We continued into the Church of Peter Claver. Again, it was a beautiful church, and dedicated to the ...