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, San Felipe de Barajas Castle, Islas del Rosario, and Palacio de la Inquisicion.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel-Hostal Santo Domingo Cartagena

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Cartagena

    The adventure starts......

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jul 06, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... morning - and as I wasn't flying BA for this bit of the journey they might not go for this - I might have to wait for the next Avian flight. So sent off quickly with my vouchers to the same spot the other two blokes had gone to just before so I could share their taxi. Except no taxi man came to find us - after 30 mins or so I went back to the BA help desk - but everyone had gone home by now and the place was deserted. TI was with he other 2 blokes were far more ...

    Cartagena Days 191 - 195

    A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on May 01, 2015

    25 photos

    ... arrived,but the mud bath looked more like a big mole hill and my god did it stink! Once you got in their was cool, for whatever reason,minerals maybe you ere weightless in the mud and floated around, so strange. Even stranger as the women bathing you and taking your clothes off in the lake! After 4 days Mike and Millie left back to the UK and we decide to head to a beach where we could just relax, a place called Palomino was ...

    Day 3 Martes/Tuesday

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Feb 17, 2015

    16 photos

    ... So on we walk for at least another mile. The only things being sold are sombreros, the ubiquitous fried treats, and of course Cerveza and Aqua. All are sold by numerous individual vendors walking up and down the street. There was an extremely large police presence, walking in groups of six or seven. Seems like every few blocks we'd see another group of them. Everyone was definitely on their best behavior and no unruly behavior was witnessed. By now it's pretty clear ...

    Walking Tours & BS Admin

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 09, 2015

    The 10am walking tour was for Spanish speakers only. I finally got on one (thrid time lucky) at 11, that, due to the presence of a load of Argy's ended up being bilingual anyway. It was average, the guy leading it seemed eager to please more than anything. He talked about the various squares, churches and cathedrals as well as 'who lived here' kinda things. The type of door knocker represented the type of people (clergy/royalty/wealthy etc) who ...

    Mud volcano and musical chairs

    A travel blog entry by hils80 on Dec 23, 2014

    ... rum. Already started to feel a bit ******! Liam, Ivo and I went out. Went to a cool bar where they gave a free toy gun with alcohol in it. The bar was upstairs so nice balcony with cool view of one of the streets in the old town. I already felt like I didn't need more to drink but proceeded to get another gun once this one was empty. Next thing I know, super random, they set up a game of musical chairs so I was well up for playing! What I didn't realise when ...