San Pietro Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
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... We decide there's not enough time to get to La Popa monastery today as we have the Volcan de Totumo tour booked in for 1330 and it's pushing 1100 now, so we head back to El Castillo mall for some air con, have a better look around and grab some groceries for lunch and dinner. Being a mall, we didn't expect to find any major bargains as prices were similar to back home, so for us it's too expensive and there wasn't anything nice enough to splash out either. We ...
... could see that there was a LOT of construction going on in the neighboring buildings. But when we were ushered into the inner courtyard I thought the hotel was extremely beautiful and romantic with a cute little breakfast nook, which served delicious fresh fruit, breads, and egg dishes of all kinds. It fit all of my first year anniversary expectations. Despite the construction noises from next door, the Alfiz also had impeccable service, a small pool and ...
... 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. ...
... to a local guy, who for 3k COP (90p) would be our photographer. And then began to climb the hill. At the top were lovely views out across a large lake and the surrounding forests. Some local people were out fishing in dug-canoes. One at a time, we walked down the ladder into the volcano. The crater is filled with mud. 2.5km deep mud. However as our bodies are more dense than the mud, it is impossible to sink. It was weird. It wasn't cold, or warm. Just body ...
... and almost immediately threw around $2 trillion into the project, building gigantic fortresses to make Cartegena impregnable. Pics 4 & 5. No doubt much red wine was flowing in court at the time of this decision and many phrases were hurled at the Brits like 'Up y.......!!!!' All this was fortunate for UNESCO who love to declare places like this world heritage sites so tourists on cruise boats like ours can come and throw trillions more dollars into the city. ...