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From the Rampart overlooking the Carribean Coast
Colombia

There is a delightful almost transaprent quality to the blue sky in the Carribean city of Cartagena where the wind constantly brings a salty flavour from the surrounding azure sea. Taken from a corner of the rampart near a Bastón, the luxurious Hotel Charleston and the nearby Plaza Santa Teresa are just a stone's throw away.

Copyright: Arroz Marisco
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Uploaded: 25/11/2011
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Tags: cartagena; hotel charleston; plaza santa teresa; baston; rampart; carribean; colombia
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