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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... dinner (a chicken and potato soup, with avocado and rice) on arrival, good security, nice daily breakfast included and large, clean rooms. Hotel Casa Deco is walking distance to the town center and a lot of the good attractions so I had plenty to see in my free time. Bogota overall was not my favorite place in Colombia, but the highlights were the Museo del Oro (Gold Museum; the ...
... quite firm. I turned onto my back, slept some more, and woke up sometime during the night with muscle spasms trying to pull my bones back into place. I tried to relax, but it was a gripping pain. After about 10 minutes of this, and some gentle stretches, I felt that my back was somewhat better. I lay straight and flat on my back for the rest of the night. In the morning, I was walking straighter, less pained, but not quite 100%. At least it was ...
... the base of the garrison. It's 5 o'clock, with sunset scheduled for about 6. Upstairs we find that there's no reservations and dinner service starts at 6. We go get Erin and try to plan the best table for viewing the sunset. After several minutes of throwing our bags on different tables..here comes Tony and Robin. We quickly find a suitable table and proceed to take the obligatory pictures. We get menus and after a bit of indecision we decide on a round of drinks and two ...
... We paid the cover fee and were ushered to a tiny open table in the back corner of the establishment behind the center bar and far away from the musicians. I had heard that famous people and their mistresses or escorts hung out at the bar, and we definitely saw quite a few couples that looked questionable. We ordered a few Cuba Libres (rum and cokes) to try and keep the party vibe going and get our dancing shoes on, but the drinks tasted so strongly of ...
Built in the mid 1600s and expanded a couple of times, this fort became Spain's largest in any of her colonies. It's humungous and entirely takes up the top of a 130' hill with a perfect location to protect the rich port from marauders by land or by sea.
Cartagena was South America's first port. Imagine it. All the wealth from Peru's silver, Colombia's emeralds, and rich plantations everywhere -- it all had to come through Cartagena. This was ...