Hotel-Hostal Santo Domingo

Address: Calle Santo Domingo No. 33-46, Cartagena, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Santo Domingo No. 33-46, Cartagena, is near Walled City, Islas del Rosario, San Felipe de Barajas Castle, and Palacio de la Inquisicion.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Cartagena

    Colombia in 11 days: Art, coffee, nature and sea

    A travel blog entry by melstravels on Aug 01, 2015

    77 photos

    ... 26th Diestefano (my guide) and I went to Villa de Leyva, a small town about 4 hours south of Bogota. There’s some beautiful scenery between Bogota and Villa de Leyva and some spectacular mountain drives, so the trip itself was worth a mild bout of car sickness. Villa de Leyva itself is a gorgeous old cobble-stone town that has a real old-school charm to it, likely attributed to ...

    And Still No Suitcases on Sunday

    A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker on Jun 21, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... response that they would be looking into it and a case number.

    Then I called Avianca Airlines, and they said the bags were not in Cartagena, and Bogota ha not seen them either. The man said that he would send the request in again with it marked "Urgent", but he said, that they can't do anything about it until American sends them the bags. But also, it appears that American Airlines is not even attempting to send them to anyone--me or ...

    Day 5 Juvenes/Thursday

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Feb 19, 2015

    ... horizon..there are two types of people in the world..those who can see the gas and those that don't believe it exists. Of course at that ultimate moment we all see the release of the green gas. Sunset was absolutely spectacular, with a few hundred people trying to take pictures, having drinks, appetizers and dinner. With a limited menu (mostly langoustine) 4 star pricing, and just terribly slow service we decided to head back home. After waiting for 10-15 minutes we decided the ...

    Street Food Tour & Attempting to Have a Night Out

    A travel blog entry by eliswift4 on Jan 24, 2015

    57 photos

    ... we still remembered. When the band finally started up (around midnight) Jon was anxious to show off his moves so we attempted to push our chairs away and carve out a tiny space on the dance floor to salsa. Unfortunately the place was so packed that we couldn´t really do anything other than sway back and forth while running into our neighbors´ backsides. There definitely was no room for turns of any kind. So after a few songs of “salsa-ing” ...

    Cartagena the invincible--almost

    A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Jan 24, 2015

    12 photos

    ... month long siege.

    The walk up the ramparts was made a bit unpleasant by the intense equatorial sun, but whenever we could find a spot of shade we paused to listen to the English translation on our headphones and were able to learn quite a lot of the fort's history. It's definately worth seeing. We came in the morning but not early enough it seems, as I thought I'd have heat stroke before we finally got back down and found a cool place to recover.