Hotel Plaza Tucanes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... our next rig a 1978 Chrysler LeBaron pulling a 26 Argosy travel trailer made by Airstream. Later we purchased a vintage 1967 Dodge Travco motorhome which had a very FLASH GORDON look about the design. During that phase we joined the Dodge Travco Motorhome group and attended several RV rallies. We are still in contact with many of the friends we made at these rallies. We met our fellow Travco owners Steve and Lisa Lindell ...
... they could proceed down the parade route. The Mardi Gras beads and balls were a big hit and their entry a big success. After the parade the crowd moved to the Malecon where a live band was playing music. We stayed back and out of the elbow to elbow crowd of party goers but had fun with our friends. We were surprised at the large turn out for this small town. Population being around 900. The ...
... staying in with Diane and Claude. Only in Mexico lol.
We took a little boat over to the island off of Barra de Navidad, where there are restaurants that serve seafood and we ate shrimp, and more shrimp, and fish. We ate in the same place with Amy and Caitlin, in 2000. Not much had changed.
In Melaque, we did a bit of swimming and mostly just enjoyed sitting on the beach with our beers and Pina Coladas. Never did the thought of the ice storm ...
... but mostly, the majority coming from Canada. Where are all the tourists from the United States? I cannot understand why there are not more of us visiting this little paradise. Why would one want to spend 5 time more money in busy, dangerous big city tourist traps like PV or Acapulco, which by the way has some of the highest violent crimes against tourists than most of Mexico put together.
The Canadians have taken over this place and they have ...
... went to the “recently” discovered pyramids/ruins of La Campana. When we pulled-up I thought it looked a little underwhelming. It quickly became the most fascinating place we visited all day. The guide told a long, interesting detailed story about the history of the site and I will give you the shortened version…
The site was discovered when investors decided to build a shopping center on the overgrown grounds and came upon these ...