Las Magnolias B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Veracruz
... a few hours then when I woke up, I looked yellow – pretty worrying. Seeing as I had nothing much else to do that day, had a bandwidth war with a ten year old kid and uploaded some pics, wrote some blogs, and updated my Facebook about the yellowness – I love it how everyone pretty much assumed it was liver problems haha. In reality I’ve probably only actually been out in Mexico properly less than five times in the three months I’d been here. Just easy to have a couple ...
... Templo Mayor was one of the main temples of the Aztecs in their capital city of Tenochtitlan, which is now Mexico City. Its architectural style belongs to the late Postclassic period of Mesoamerica. The temple was called the huei teocalli ['wei teo'kalːi] in ...
... and got on another with only enough time to fill out our immigration cards. The flight to Mexico City was a tad under 4 hours but being the last flight it felt like forever. There was no tv which sucked coz game 5 of the NBA finals was on and I wanted to see it. We read our books and had a nap and after a while bobbie nudged me to look out the window. Flying into Mexico City at night was incredible, people say the size of the place will blow you out but you have ...
... about without heaving!! How people can even consider eating it first thing in the morning I have no idea. A more pleasant smell comes from the stall selling fresh juices of which the smell of orange is my favourite. Additionally, as I am returning from the gym I can usually smell incense burning from the stall of the "hippy" guy selling all kinds of handicrafts.
And of course there are the smells around the house…which is ...
... It had overrun by half an hour, when everyone decided to skip dessert - normally not given up easily - to start the afternoon's marketplace.
In travel trade parlance, a marketplace is where Buyers (like travel agents) meet Sellers (exhibitors like hotels and tour operators) to exchange knowledge and business cards. Most of us had like 8 to 10 appointments for the 5 hours allotted. The delay in lunch, coupled with the absence of some exhibitors, threw the ...