San Pietro Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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"Are you looking for something special? Cartagena has everything you want." This was my favorite line from someone trying to sell me something. Besides a lot of people trying to sell you stuff Cartagena is an incredibly beautiful place. Its great to be back at the beach, bug free, and have fast internet. Oh... and the food... amazing!
We spent our two days in Cartagena chilling ...
... the trip.
We drove back to Bogota a different way with a stop at the Catedral de Sal, an underground salt mine in Zipaquira (open daily, from $25 adult entry). This is a major tourist attraction in the region; not so much because it’s a salt mine, but because the miners carved giant crosses and even an underground cathedral into the mine. Very unique, and an example of the ...
... to upload pictures from my camera to my computer are in my checked baggage. The only pictures that I can send are those taken with my tablet/computer. I got a new Acer Switch 10 Two-in-One computer shortly before coming here to replace my old tablet which was running abominably slow. With this, I don't need to bring my full size computer, which makes it easier for travel.
Scott walked in the mall. It is air conditioned there, and he will ...
... what we think was sautéed vegetables with chicken. The first thing served was three slices of white bread with butter...Gung Hay Fat Choy? Right about now we're thinking "this could be heaven or this could be hell..welcome to the hotel...Soon after the soup is delivered, and except that there's no individual bowls or utensils.. It looks good and is actually very tasty. Chicken broth with celery, bell peppers, eggs and chicken..really quite good. At this point we send the bread ...
... with a hula hoop, a boy on roller blades, and guys selling shots wearing masks on the back of their heads. The aroma of grilled meat wafts through the air mingled with the intoxicating smell of fresh bread.
We pass a kid delivering tomato sauce -- he piles 6 gallon cans in his arms for each trip into the restaurant. Another goes by with a dozen 2-liter bottles of water on his shoulder.
A young couple scoots over so we can share the ...