Hotel da Pietro

Address: Bocagrande, Carrera 3 No. 4-401, Cartagena, 4401, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bocagrande, Carrera 3 No. 4-401, Cartagena, is near Walled City, Islas del Rosario, San Felipe de Barajas Castle, and Palacio de la Inquisicion.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel da Pietro Cartagena

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Cartagena

So far so good...

A travel blog entry by dom_phyta on Nov 01, 2015

3 comments, 12 photos

So - we finally made it here. Cartagena, Colombia. Good start to the trip, arrived with pretty much no problems and in plenty of time to see just about everything in the guidebook on the very first day. We're back in the room already and time to post this with not a lot more to occupy us until we leave on Tuesday morning!! I think we need to stop acting like day-trippers and maybe take things a little slower...

Good points: lovely old town centre, ...

Castillo de San Felipe

A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Jun 30, 2015

39 photos

... Geo Washington , hence his farm was named Mt Vernon) faced off against a notorious Spanish warrior named Don Blas de Lazo. The American came with over 200 English ships filled with 2500 soldiers. The Spaniard held his ground in Castillo de San Felipe. Don Blas de Lazo had been in battle before. In three previous battles he had lost one arm, one leg, and one eye, each in separate conflicts. The defenses held the armada outside the bay for weeks, the ...

Arriving to Cartagena

A travel blog entry by ccastro1021 on Jun 09, 2015

54 photos

... Again my hand turned a little purple, but that’s okay. The flight to Cartagena was a little longer, but we did not mind due to having window seats. We did not at first, but a man noticed us trying to look out the window and was kind enough to switch with us. When Cartagena first came into sight, our bodies filled with excitement. When we finally touched down on Cartagena soil our excitement grew even more. The ocean, the city, children playing soccer, what people think ...

Arrival in Cartagena - Hostel Papaya Getsemaní

A travel blog entry by on Jun 08, 2015

15 photos

... old town. The buildings and streets of Cartagena are absolutely stunning and picturesque, every street is like a new postcard. One area we visited is Puerto del Reloj, which has a huge beautiful clock tower. Just behind the tower is Plaza de Los Coches, a square once used as a slave market. On the other side of the plaza is El Porte de Los Dulces, where dozens of local sweets are sold, including dried coconut and guava treats and various other goodies - they ...

The Old City

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Apr 15, 2015

1 comment

... was nice, the city streets closed to traffic but still accommodated the horse-drawn carriages that seemed to roll down the streets in bunches, 6 – 10 carriages at a time.

I got all my shots, 275 pictures here today before it started to rain. One the way back to the ship it started raining and it came down but secretly I think that we were all good with the soaking given the 44 degree Celsius ...