Caribe Princess

Carrera 53 No. 68-216, Barranquilla, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carrera 53 No. 68-216, Barranquilla.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Caribe Princess Barranquilla

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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

... have reported their results already......results: "Columbia is the happiest country in the world; and in Barranquilla, the population percentage of 'happy people' was way above average"!

"Barranquilla, How are We Doing?" Survey (Barranquilla Como Vamos?) showed that 77% of the locals are proud of Barranquilla and glad to be living here. The local daily newspaper, El Heraldo, conducted its own survey and found the 87% of ...

Cooking Lesson #1

A travel blog entry by irgonetraveling on Feb 02, 2014

9 photos

... and then 'queso costen' or white cheese is added and kneaded ---- all found at the corner store. Easy uh?

Fry it on a heated/oiled grill and add additional cheese. Flip it and ...


A travel blog entry by oreydc on Aug 22, 2013

12 photos

... a Fulbright in international law... layer_embedded&v=b3UKjkfuR2Q

A good day, in a good country, with really good people.



A travel blog entry by rjdtravel on Feb 09, 2013

6 photos

I took the bus down to Barranquilla on Saturday afternoon, the atmosphere was electric, everyone up for a party. Carnival is a continent wide celebration and all the little towns we passed through were a little lively, the closer to Barranquilla the larger and more decorative each ratcheted speaker stack got!
Every time the bus slowed, someone would jump on trying to sell home made crispy snacks or Aguila Beer. I succumbed and bought some of the least ...

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

A travel blog entry by stuartlaing on Feb 15, 2012

... tickets, had some food and boarded the bus - after a very long wait as some people had about 20 bags (not exaggerating) and we had to put ours infront of our seats. We got on the 5.45pm bus at about 6.45 and we left at 7pm. Along the way we were stopped by many military checkpoints to check our passports etc. At two of them, the driver told us we would have to pay money to ensure we passed. Basically bribing them to let us through as they are as crooked as an ...