Hotel da Pietro

Address: Bocagrande, Carrera 3 No. 4-401, Cartagena, 4401, Colombia | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Bocagrande, Carrera 3 No. 4-401, Cartagena, is near Walled City, San Felipe de Barajas Castle, Islas del Rosario, and Palacio de la Inquisicion.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Cartagena

Last day in Cartagena....what a good one!

A travel blog entry by xitomest on Dec 26, 2014

... people and taxis and horse drawn carts as we looked at the shops and sights of the beautiful city. The sound of a homemade saxophone caught my ear and the Peruvian man playing was selling them there on the street. I wanted one and the 20 US dollar price tag was fine by me as this seemed a very unique find with a beautiful sound. Into the bike basket it went and off we go. Once our 1 hour time limit was up, we turned in our bikes and headed back in on foot. ...

Bogota, Colombia

A travel blog entry by slaw on Sep 28, 2014

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... the Bogota bike tour'. He's right, they would probably sell a fortune in them!! Despite the obvious lack of safety and chaos on the roads, it was probably the best way to see the city and we would both highly recommend it. We finished the tour visiting the bull fighting arena. Our guide emphasized how important bull fighting was and how only here in Bogota has it been banned since January. There is currently a hunger strike happening in protest of this. Apparently there is a ...

Of Accidental Photos

A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Sep 12, 2014

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... means at no point do I have to worry about "wasting film" or "freeing up space" or "being too much of a tourist." Maybe the last one, actually. I'm free to just take as many pictures as my battery will allow, and I never have to delete anything other than for embarrassment purposes.

Accidental pictures? Still have them. Finger pictures? Still have them. Smeary, weird pictures? Still have them.

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The most humid place we've ever been

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 24, 2014

... slave labour. Leaving the museum we were caught in a massive downpour which certainly cooled things down as before it the humidity was so intense we were dripping. We also visited the gold museum which was airconditioned bliss but had a brilliant array of prehispanic gold items and jewelry, stunning pieces on display. It was free and well worth it. Having a drink in the plaza was a brief stop as the rained eased enough for us to continue wandering the old town. We made our way ...

Holy Colombia!

A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Apr 28, 2014

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... customers and gesturing wildly and incomprehensibly. This promotional expert generally sports a just-a-year-or-two-late mullet, elaborately embroidered but ill-fitting jeans, a pencil-thin mustache and, when properly motivated, top it all off by smoking their cigarette with a smarmy smirk that promises all female passengers that he is absolutely going to be looking down their shirt.

And there you have it, three weeks in Cartagena that seemed to fly by far ...