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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... legs. The fearful mold has also spread over his arms like some kind of terrible sixties horror film imaginatively entitled īThe Rash'.
Worried that he might've caught the notorious Colombian Mega Skin Death Plague, a disease so deadly it could only have been made up on the spot, Harry skits around to a pharmacy to seek medication.
'You need to see a doctor' dismisses the pharmacist reaching for his face mask that he might be spared the ...
El Museo de Oro- Cartagena
In ancient times a group of Indians inhabited the valley of the Magdelana River that flows through this lowland plain on it way to the Caribbean sea. They were called the Zenu and were renown for their weaving skills. They were also known for the extensive canal building in this lowland area. One ...
... by that time we had been going nonstop since 3 AM. The scenery on the way there was not what I expected. For a second I thought I was in South Texas during July. After some time I was back in Colombia and we began to go through some towns where old men sat on the porch drinking a beer and the children gazed upon the bus with excitement. Going through those small towns with salsa playing in the background on the bus is always something memorable for me. Our wait was finally over ...
... of the old town. After it was dark we headed for dinner. After the sun goes down and it gets cooler all the houses on the the little roads throw open their wooden shutters soaking in the cooler air and families and friends either sit around their front lounges (everyone can see in) or they sprawl out onto the pavement. It is such an interesting vibe. We had dinner at a corner cafe and snagged the table outside next ...
... and for this reason the castle there is the best defense design of its time.
We spent 5 days here and it was a great end to our trip. We had planned to go to the national park, or maybe squeeze in the 4 day trek to the lost city... but we were all bused out, and the idea of getting on any more, even for a hour or 2, was too much to even contemplate. Luckily there was plenty to do in and from Cartagena, so we enjoyed wandering ...