Hotel Regatta Cartagena
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We were met with warm greetings and hugs on our return to the hotel.
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Monday morning we got up and had breakfast and Scott walked in the mall. He's got the timing down to walk just when the doors open, yet before the stores are open inside.Today we had made arrangements to go to the Jardín Botánico "Guillermo Pińeres." The driver that Esther had arranged, Henri, was at our hotel at 9:30 AM--a half hour ahead of …
We were up at 6 AM to have breakfast at 7 AM in Cúcuta. We left the hotel about 8 AM to take a taxi to the airport. Our flight to Bogotá went well. We landed at the National Terminal, but our flight to Cartagena left out of the International Terminal. Most flights within Colombia leave out of the National Terminal, but some flights to the larger …
... take you there?""Are you married?""Do you have kids?""How old are you?"
No, of course the 10-year age gap isn't weird!""In fact, I prefer older women not young girls (pointing to two girls eating icecream)""Do you have Facebook?""WhatsApp????"
I was wishing for my stop to come because it was just getting awkward!! Eventually, my stop came and I was on a moto(rbike)-taxi and on my way to my new hostel Finca Carpe Diem before I had time to blink. Well, thats ...
... a matter of putting some trainers on and going out in my onesie at 01.00am in the morning. This being the tropics, you have to get properly dressed, put contact lenses in as glasses steam up and then drown yourself all over in DEET. Only to find unsurprisingly that no-one turns up to collect you. I was disappointed in the other three's lack of turtle solidarity who were never going in the first place and had no intention of getting up in the middle of the night to keep me ...
... plans detailing the restoration of the house. The house is actually 2 houses from the front, but connected around a courtyard inside. The second floor covers the history of the city through the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries, including the golden age of piracy. I spent about 3 hours in the museum, to the surprise of the girl at reception. I don't think people normally stay that long. On Sunday (today) Ramona, ...