Hotel Casa Del Arzobispado

Calle del Arzobispado 34-52 , Cartagena, Colombia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calle del Arzobispado 34-52 , Cartagena, is near Walled City, San Felipe de Barajas Castle, Islas del Rosario, and Palacio de la Inquisicion.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casa Del Arzobispado Cartagena

    Reviewed by lilola

    Great

    Reviewed Jul 26, 2012
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

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    8 photos

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    The Walled City: Cartagena.

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    ... battles and became an important trading and shipping centre again. Its prosperity attracted foreign immigrants, and many Jews, Italians, French, Turks, Lebanese and Syrians settled here.


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    Colombia Part One: It's not Cocaine, It's Sand

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    ... breaks we swam in the clear rivers, with plenty fresh fruit to eat. We slept in hammocks or bunkbeds in open sheds amongst trees and waterfalls. Not too shabby I tell you. Although spending a full night in a hammock did take some getting used to and turning over had to be done with care. I did hear a thud or two in the night from those less fortunate.

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