Cop sirens wail. Motorcycles rumble, parting congested Boston traffic in their wake. Unsure which dignitaries are under escort, citizens stop midstride to gawk and wave as the motorcade creeps by enroute to one of the city’s iconic venues for important groups: the JFK Presidential Library & Museum.
In the 1700s, Cartagena blossomed into the most prosperous port city on the spanish main, filled with gold-laden ships bound for seville. today, inside the massive girth of walls rimming colonial-era convents and cathedrals, the centro histórico district is unparalleled in the caribbean for group events dripping with historical gravitas and romance.