OlmecaPlaza Hotel

Av. Madero No. 418 Zona Luz, Villahermosa, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 86000, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Av. Madero No. 418 Zona Luz, Villahermosa, is near Juarez Theater (Teatro Juarez), Anthropology Museum, Escultura La Estampida, and El Mirador.
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Travel Blogs from Villahermosa

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A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Sep 01, 2014

1 comment

... on the edge of a cliff with spectacular views. A place like this at home would be beyond expensive but here in El Salvador the most expensive thing in the menu was only about $30 and most were under $20. We were waiting for the bus there when a ute pulled over and gave us a lift there in the tray, so there we were rocking up to a flash restaurant in the back of a ute to start the night! We got there before sunset to give ourselves plenty of time ...

Dork Out Day #1 (If you don't count Cempoala)

A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Mar 19, 2014

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... This required some complicated local bus transfers, so after the museum marathon, I was pretty spent. I lazily wandered around the garden, opting not to hike up into the cloud forest. I just tried to enjoy the trees and the tranquility away from the bustling, traffic-heavy streets of Xalapa.

Once back in the center, I went for a very late lunch/early dinner at La Fonda, which overlooks one of Xalapa's busiest streets near the Parque Juarez. ...

Today I leave for Palenque

A travel blog entry by salsero on Dec 12, 2012

... home except for the odd palm tree here and there. And the driver's special skill of passing long lines of traffic on the two lane road and wondering if we'd make it back onto our own lane before we hit the on coming traffic head on. Of course the culture is is a bit different. Bus drivers take risks often when driving, regularly breaking traffic laws and even common sense at ...

Getting a Bit More Colonial

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal on Dec 04, 2010

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... see. First, we found a floral and food market.
It turns out that Xalapa is also known for its coffee beans, and we were able to enjoy a non-instant cup of coffee, though brewed coffee is nowhere to be found. It's all espresso variants. (Secret---a double shot in a tall cup with hot water, a heavy duty Americano, is a decent substitute.)
In this cafe we heard English being spoken by a near-by couple and we inquired. ...

Party time and sad time

A travel blog entry by rvs on Jun 13, 2010

2 comments, 88 photos

... br> We got back to my brother in-laws house just after midday as we had to watch the all important Australia - Germany match. Even though I am proud to be an Aussie we just didn’t show up prepared tactically. I have to admit that the red card was not deserved. I was shattered but hopefully we can bounce back (it will be hard after such humiliation). May I also add that we need Guus back as the coach... :-(
Anyway, to ...