Las Magnolias B&B

Calle Paraiso 36, Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 94500, Mexico | B&B
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This B&B, located on Calle Paraiso 36, Veracruz, is near Museo Dolores Olmedo Patino, San Gervasio Ruins, Bahía Concepción, and Dr. Alfredo Barrera Marin Botanical Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Veracruz


    A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 09, 2013

    1 comment, 86 photos

    ... up my growing bromance with Mezcal – another apparently very antisocial dog that was VERY comfortable with my company. Had this with a few dogs on my trip – maybe I should consider going into the dog taming industry?! Well I am definitely going to need a job soon…

    So, the next morning went to collect my blood results and went back to the doctor, who said I was extremely low in Iron, and confirmed that I had anemia. Probably doesn’t help when you got ...

    Re-discovering the City

    A travel blog entry by travellerbruce on Dec 26, 2012

    3 photos

    ... and met up for dinner at Maximo's.

    The next morning Carlos and I went down to the Hilton (where the breakfast is reputed to be one of the best in DF), put our name on the queue-list (there's no system of reservation, so it was a big scrum) and then wandered off into the park opposite. This, I discovered, is the oldest park in the Americas and has been the subject of a ...

    City To Jungle

    A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys on Sep 02, 2012

    35 photos

    ... br>
    I got to see what Veracruz looks like from my room balcony on the 5th floor. I could see a bit of the Gulf of Mexico, albeit hazy. The city looked fairly flat and homogeneous without prominent high rise buildings, perhaps by design. But the view was largely dominated by the sprawling shopping complex and World Trade Centre below. It was Sunday, and the timing and wifi signal were good for a Skype call home to let them see my sleepy look, the hazy sea view.

    Spent ...

    Los piramides

    A travel blog entry by panzaverde on Jun 05, 2012

    We returned to Mexico City from Guanajuato to visit Teotihuacán, which is famous for its two large pyramids, and was the largest city in the pre-Columbian Americas.

    The ruins are very grand and are quite imposing. The main avenue is long, wide, and lined with structures. The pyramids, particularly the pyramid of the sun, are very impressive. We thought climbing up the hundreds of steps in ...

    Zocala wanderings

    A travel blog entry by ashleythomas on Oct 08, 2011

    1 comment

    ... droning of a backpacker in the common area of my lovely little hostel right near the Cathedral. Tiled and built around the central courtyard his voice echoes through the bedrooms despite my earplugs and exhaustion. I worry that he is Australian but in the morning when I hear his loud voice raised in argument in the kitchen, and again when he sits by me in the foyer and smokes cigarette after cigarette drawling 'Hasta luego bro’ to passersby I am ...