Hotel Estelar Oceania
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to do it justice. Wandering around the old town, with it's lovely shops, bars and restaurants and myriad of artisan stalls along the sidewalks - with fabulous haute design items, is an extreme pleasure. Our host, Suly wants to go into business exporting Colombian goods - from what we've seen there is much that is desirable.
... up to our room and grab our supplies and sit back to an easy tuna and bean sangers before trading places and Leesh crashing while I get back into the books. A couple of hours pass and Leesh wakes up but is struggling with fatigue. The problem with slowing down and actually relaxing when travelling, is that it hits you so hard and lethargy kicks in. The increased walking and running and poor bed mattresses doesn't help the cause but we obviously both needed the relaxing time to ...
... 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 ...
Messaged Sam and Gustaf to see what they were up to. We all went to Boca grande which is about a 30 minute walk out of the old walled part of the city. I think its meant to resemble Miami but its more like an even minkier Benidorm. I wonder if they have a sticky vikky. Supposedly this is a tourist hot spot for Colombians, god knows why they would come here the water and sand are both dirty plus you dont get two seconds to yourself with all the looky looky bell ...
... were able to ship it back to Spain. The city suffered from multiple sieges including one led by Francis Drake in 1586. In response, the Spaniards made Cartagena an impregnable port with elaborate walls encircling the town and a series of large forts.
Although the port city has expanded dramatically, very little has changed within the old walled town itself, ...