Hostal El Patio

Puerto de Alvarado # 52, Tlacotalpan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 95460, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tlacotalpan

Several activities around the Llave de la Veracruz

A travel blog entry by jormaontour


... need to be carefull and study the safty recommendations before you go there. On the highway from /to Veracruz were lotts of militars and policies. There must be a reason to it. But the city is Worth to see and visit. We finnished the trip by visiting one huge and beautiful beach close to Anton Lizardo. A huge beach. Here you can see dolphins and blue crabs. I saw only ...

Cats and Donkeys, Port and Tellenovellas

A travel blog entry by outram


... the fish. We didn,t see a lot of fish but huge numbers of very satisfied cats lounged around the closed dock. Boats appeared to be from numerous countries and the busiest place in town with a line out the door was the money exchange. I am embaressed ed ad to say I did not recognize even one of the currencies names, but writing this in June I now know Quetzal *Guat). We headed up the ...

Santiago Tuxtla

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


Santiago is a prettily situated town in a lush green valley, stopping off point for the archeologocal site of Three Zapotes, 15km out of town.

Had breakfast & saw the 3.4m (the biggest) Olmec head in the plaza & still the rain had not let up, so abandoned plans for the trek to the ...

Curvosa Peligrosa

A travel blog entry by chemoejito


... Fives all around, it was an unexpected surprise and I am ecstatic. The road continued itīs upward assent for several kilometers with twisties all the way then we had the same going down. We took a turn onto what we thought was a good road. It was great to start with but about 20 kilometers in the asphalt was gone. We are driving through mud in a town out in the middle of nowhere. As we make our ...

There´s Something About Mary

A travel blog entry by itsgotime


... When we got to the camp ground on the coast, (finally!) we were a little apprehensive as there was nobody in sight. Nobody staying there, no one to pay, just a couple of empty R.V.īs decorating the lot. While the park was beautiful, right on the beach, the sound of the waves and a slight mist hitting you...we were both wondering where everyone was. It was a bit isolated...Was this the R.V. park about which a movie would ...


This hotel, located on Puerto de Alvarado # 52, Tlacotalpan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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