Hotel Boutique Bovedas de Santa Clara
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Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... couple of drinks as it was so hot outside. The rest of the afternoon was spent wandering around the old town, but we did manage to pop into the Santa Clara Hotel (the poshest in town) - only 3500 USD for the most expensive suite! That evening was a farewell dinner to the first group who were leaving the tour at Cartagena and a Welcome Dinner for those that were joining the tour here. There was only me and Bettina that were doing the whole 15 days. There were only 2 ...
... was as primitive as I've seen so far with two funny stories highlighting this: 1) I slept in a hammock on the beach with little protection from mosquitos, weather etc. Thankfully there was no problems on those fronts however I did have a small problem in that the guy in the hammock next to me leaned over and hit me in the night during his sleep. I woke with quite a start and struggled to sleep much after that! 2) I understood that there would be no shower as such but in ...
... ELOHIM. The relationship between these two involves the interaction of energies: life vs. existence, time vs. timelessness, creation vs. destruction, force vs. resistance, explosion vs. compression, spirit vs. matter. These schemata can only be understood by breaking them down according to their corresponding numbers and the forces they symbolize in relation to others. (Hebrew words are like chemical compounds in that they are comprised of elements that ...
... he wasn't actually at the hotel and hadn't stayed the night before. Went back to the venue, getting a little concerned but again 5mins before the event Rosie Boycott, the interviewer, and Tom Hart Dyke, the author, turned up. They'd only flown in that morning from Medellin cutting it slightly fine. Event was packed full and absolutely fascinating. Rosie interviewed Tom about being kidnapped in Colombia when he was searching for rare orchids in the Darian Gap. Heard how he ...
... there or at their hostels, still, it was a good night out.
I spent a lot of my time in Cartagena on its beaches. I was tired of being inland and not feeling the salt water on my toes or baking in the sun. The two big beaches I went to were Bocagrande and La Boquilla, both nice spots, but the latter was a lot less crowded. As soon as you set foot on Bocagrande, about half a dozen ladies approach you with bottles ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center