How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... which was really interesting. It lasted about 4 hours and we got the metro to downtown and then went around some of the major places. It was really interesting to find out about the history of the conflict in Medellin and Colombia in general. In 1948 the country was divided into liberals and conservatives, the leader of the liberals was assassinated which sent the country into complete chaos. Opposing sides were fighting and killing each other. The ...
... thought with the lights on. The driver pulls over and asks where we are staying, we were pretty happy he was going to drop us off at Drop Bear. We fill in the last point in the trip chatting to another aussie couple who were going to see if Drop Bear had any vacancies. We get to Drop Bear, check in and dump our stuff. We are pretty tired so have a very basic dinner before stumbling across a sign in the hallway about Barranquilla Carnaval tickets leaving tomorrow. We head to ...
... Arriving in Cartagena for Friday proved wonderful timing as Miss Colombia 2014 was kicking off. In case the tone of this blog was not as stark as the beach attire of the Colombianas, let it be known I love them. Cartagena is wall to wall, and I ain't just talking about the Old Town (which is also beautiful). I knocked more cocktails back than Amy Winehouse on a Tuesday, and Cartagena is now but a blur in my mind. The mud volcano was a highlight, where you float atop ...
... we have acheived very little. A plan is needed but also wifi to plan this so we go back to el viajero. Sam has a flight booked to Medellin for thursday and is booked into Kiwi hostel for the thursday and friday night and is thinking of renting an apartment for saturday and sunday at least because its only £30 per night. this sounds like good fun to me so i book both flight and hostel. One of two options for how i spend my time until thursday are now available, i ...
... and the area has Colombia's if not South Americas best preserved colonial architecture. It's like stepping back in time to the days of the Spanish control. Cartagena is also home to the largest fort built by the Spanish in the Americas, myself and the lads spent a few hours taking the tour of Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, educating ourselves about three hundred years of history leading up to Colombian independence in the early 1800's. It was ...