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City Tour Cartagena

 

 

Fundada en el año 1533 por el madrileño Don Pedro de Heredia, la ciudad fue fortificada durante los siglos XVII y XVIII con sólidas murallas y castillos para defenderla de piratas, corsarios y de ejércitos, que buscaban el saqueo de riquezas acumuladas por el comercio de valiosas mercancías y de esclavos. Su bahía albergaba los "Galeones de Tierra Firme" dispuestos a partir hacia España con la plata procedente del Virreinato del Perú. El imperio defensor de la Fe Católica estableció en Cartagena de Indias la sede del Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisición (1610).

Diez años duró el proceso de su independencia de absoluta de la corona española desde su proclamación, el 11 de Noviembre de 1811. Su firme resistencia al prolongado sitio, que sufrió en el año 1815 por defender la independencia, la hizo acreedora del título "Cartagena de Indias, Ciudad Heroica".

INCLUYE: Transporte Terrestre desde Santa Marta (4 horas aproximadamente), recorrido por la ciudad, visitando el Castillo de SanFelipe, monumento a los Zapatos Viejos, India Catalina,  Monasterio de la Popa, los principales Barrios, Castillo Grande, Bocagrande, el Laguito, Las bóvedas, Torre del Reloj, Ciudad Amurallada, entradas a los sitios de interés, asistencia de Guía

HORA DE SALIDA: 5:00 a.m. A 6:00 p.m.

VALOR: $ 200.000 P.P.
** SALIDA SUJETA A CUPO MINIMO CON 6 PERSONAS **

 

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I am also happy you did not take the cats they bring us laughter evydarey. You are really correct about the savings of leaving Alaska for the winter. When we came back from Latin American travel last spring we felt like we spent less traveling than we would have staying. Plus the sanity factor is huge! We miss you guys a lot and the holidays are not the same! http://ulxavjv.com [url=http://ioulgawphte.com]ioulgawphte[/url] [link=http://xhfmipxhac.com]xhfmipxhac[/link]
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Good for you!! It\'s nice to know of the detailed pnlnniag that has gone into your trip. It sure corrects my perspective and I deserve to be bonked on the head for looking at everything with my blinders on . Still, I doubt if any of my own children will ever have the desire or means to go on such an expedition . For sure, your whole family will have priceless memories that few others will ever have. And I still will pray that you have very fewer hangups as will others who are watching your progress.
#3 T8fKqF3mF09i
I note that the cost to transport your van and teralir by barge from Miami to Columbia is about $6,000; and I guess the return trip may cost the same. That\'s $12,000 round trip. Florida to Columbia is only one leg of your journey, and your whole trip is not a cheap one to my mind. You are indeed fortunate to have the finances and oodles of free time for your somewhat risky encounter . I doubt that any of my four children or eight grandchildren will ever afford to undertake such an adventure. If you keep a daily log, perhaps you can write a book and recoup some of your expenses. And I hope you have packed antibiotics to combat the unsanitary food conditions you are likely to encounter in South America. I will be praying that you have no more snags for the rest of your trip. http://wmmlrdejdqr.com [url=http://srsjyxsacia.com]srsjyxsacia[/url] [link=http://lyqlgeyhocn.com]lyqlgeyhocn[/link]
#4 E1cnsPURWT9
If we can do it, anybody can! We saved money for two years and Michelle will conuinte to work the entire time. Michelle works in a highly specialized field and she chose that kind of career in part because she wanted to be able to travel; these were decisions we made more than 20 years ago.The cost of RT airfare from Fairbanks to Santiago is $1658 (best deal and that is ($13,264) and that does not include a rental car, two (or three) hotel rooms (because there are 8 of us), kenneling the dogs, eating out every meal for 8 people, flying (or worse bus rides) between countries and cities. We are spending $1500 per person to get to South America, all lodging and all transportation for 3+ months. We could not do this trip any cheaper. Also it enables us to cook our own food and have our own bathroom / shower and water, substantially reducing the exposure we will have to unsanitary conditions. Cooking our own food is also cheaper than eating out. I do all the car repairs myself and I did all the work to the camper and van to make them ready for the trip. We have home schooled the kids from the start and with six children home schooled and a full-time job while we travel, it does not really seem like we have oodles of free time! We have just picked a different venue for the year South America instead of Alaska, a different place to be while we work and the kids go to school. We are saving on our heating bill and food costs while we travel (everywhere is cheaper than Alaska!). We do have antibiotics; it\'s on the blog . Again, if we can do it, anyone can. It just takes the desire to do it, research, planning and saving. One of the reasons for this blog is to provide information we learn on our adventure and to encourage others to live deliberately and enjoy life. Good luck to all who make the effort!
#5 MHY3DoVzNl
You have a beuatiful taste! Are you from Cali?I am inreetsted to learn about Cali?I lived before in Vancouver but now live in Los Angeles.Please write to me: Tank you! Mikki

 

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