How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... lunch in the Pacific Restaurant, for the first time, back for some more quoits. Temperature rising to a comfortable 20 degC. This time better luck we were partnered with another couple. George and the wife of the other couple beat me and the husband in the final. We were past Gibraltar by this time and on our way to Barcelona. Tonight it's the Captain's cocktail party so it's a chance to get a few free pre dinner G & Ts on P & ...
... the tables, under the tables, shouting out the windows, throwing drawing pins, wiping my work from the board, running behind me and sniffing my ****, his foot prints on the backs of the children whose mothers and homes he curses as 'fea'... ugly. Takes one to know one in my book! What an ugly child. He'll occasionally take himself into the corner of the room and bawl his eyes out. My boss has told me that he is adopted, spoiled and ...
... and did even less. We could not find a high speed internet
connection to update the blog, so we just walked around the port area, drank a couple of beers, ate a Spanish pizza, and returned to the ship early. Being a Sunday several of the shops were closed, but the piazzas or whatever they are called in Spain were packed with
tourists and locals.
We suspected they have an ...
We did however get to experience places other than those owned by our fellow countrymen including a Danish owned restaurant (offering full English breakfast), a German owned bar at the coast (serving a nice cold Veltins), a Chinese owned restaurant (great value with a set meal for four costing €35.90 including two bottles of wine) and I think it might even have been a Spanish team that ran an excellent restaurant in the local town of ...
... probably no swimming at all.
Nonetheless, we were exhausted and relieved to make it to Cartagena at last the next day (quite early on, as our anchorage was only about three hours away). The sun was bright and hot, the sky blue, there were palm trees all around and there's both a museum and a concert hall right next to the marina.
We'd chosen a great week to arrive, as Cartagena was partway through its annual festival ...