San Francisco Hotel Barranquilla

Calle 43 No. 43-128 , Barranquilla, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 43 No. 43-128 , Barranquilla.
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    Travel Blogs from Barranquilla

    It's Not a Wonder Why......Love You, Barranquilla!

    A travel blog entry by irgonetraveling on Mar 31, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    Living in Barranquilla one learns that you have to have 'taste' or 'tastiness' (sabor) in your life and the locals are referring to how you live, love, eat, dance and enjoy no particular order, but all of those things without exception!

    Of all things, I can tell you this is for real! It's a gift I was given for choosing Barranquilla. In fact, the stats bear that out --- 3 surveys done earlier this year. Two ...

    Cooking Lesson #1

    A travel blog entry by irgonetraveling on Feb 02, 2014

    9 photos

    ... are her arepas whipped up for the two of us one day.

    Who knows quantities; it's like Grandma cooked! It's made from 'masa de maiz' (a corn flour) which is kneaded with water and ...


    A travel blog entry by oreydc on Aug 22, 2013

    12 photos

    Second to last day at the conference... today I presented... before I did, there was a student practicing violin... he is a lawyer, working on a second degree in history and wanted to know ...


    A travel blog entry by loganve90 on Feb 07, 2013

    12 photos

    ... looking like a ghost. That spa/shower room was a lifesaver. Although we were in a hotel, couch surfing allowed us to instantly make a ton of friends. The group planned places to meet before the parades where everyone could get to know each other and share stories. It's a much better experience being at these events in a group. You get advice from locals, learn about the culture, and it also gives Greg and I a break from ...

    Guess thats why they call it ´´travelling´´ Part 2

    A travel blog entry by stuartlaing on Feb 15, 2012

    ... close. We then went to book tickets but needed to get money out. There were 5 ATMīs, 3 of which were turned off, 1 was frozen and the 1 remaining had no money. We had 20 bolivars to our name so we had to take a bus to a metro station, then a metro to the other bus station.

    From here we were able to get cash and book a ticket to Paraguachon, just over the Venezuelan/Colombian border, where we were told we could get any number of buses to Cartagena. So we ...