Hotel da Pietro

Bocagrande, Carrera 3 No. 4-401, Cartagena, 4401, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena

Cartagena, Columbia

A travel blog entry by michelle.e


... on Playa Blanca. Our first night we slept in a room which had a sandy floor and the second night we slept in a hammock... sounds better than it was in reality, but a fun experience. We meet some really interesting people, were treated to some amazing Columbian hospitality and were entertained by plenty of eye candy ;) I even reluctantly did a little salsa on the sand at the beach party, oh and saw my first butt implants! ...

25th Dec - 1st Jan Cartagena Crimbo and New Year

A travel blog entry by stuwelly


... be in Latin America, and the streets seemed to be getting busier as the night grew closer. Many of the plazas were ticketed events, with western prices too, bars and clubs knew how to charge. Suzie had come up with the idea of spending new years on part of the walled city to watch the fireworks and bring in the new year. Originally the plan was to take a picnic to the wall, eat and drink there and carry on into the new year, this idea spread in the hostel with a few others keen to ...


A travel blog entry by scrapqwn


... the rules of the road are very simple, bigger has the right of way. Went you want to cross the street you look right, then left then run like He....! After our guided tour we had time to shop the market stalls and little shops set up on the streets. I got the most delicious chocolate bar and picked up some coffee, and a much needed hat made from coconut fibers! It is a holiday weekend and the are celebrating their Independence as well as it it's the weekend ...

El Totumo Mud Volcano

A travel blog entry by jmnash


... than her shoulders. Before we could fully get to grips with our new surroundings we were grabbed by one of the mud-men and manoeuvred across the surface of the mud until the "mud-bath" resembled a tin of sardines, packed full of bobbing bodies. To ensure we didn't focus on the awkwardness of this close proximity of other mud-beings and flailing of limbs for too long another "mud-man" then started rubbing his hands down our mud coated legs — only narrowly ...

The Sabbath is Delightful

A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker


... patch or a head scarf, but others came with a full costume. The dance started at 8 PM and lasted until 11 PM with the dance floor still full of people. We had typical Colombian dance songs and a selection of typical American songs like the Hokey Pokey and the Chicken Dance. Dancing is an activity where language does not have a barrier.

After three hours of dancing, I slept well. I imagine that most everyone else did too.


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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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