Baluartes Hotel

Address: Av. 16 de Septiembre # 128, Campeche, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, 24000, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. 16 de Septiembre # 128, Campeche, is near Calakmul, Fuerte-Museo San Miguel, Land Gate (Puerta de Tierra), and Baluarte de San Carlos/Museo de la Ciudad.
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    Travel Blogs from Campeche

    Ultima aventura!

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 30, 2013

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    ... There was also a public art exhibit out in the streets, which was cool. We walked to the malecon first, which is a wall dividing the city from the ocean (Campeche used to be a big pirate city). Then, we headed to two, beautiful cathedrals.We walked around a bit more then headed back to the bus station.

    We made it home just in time to walk to our last Noche Mexicana in downtown ...

    Orevwa Belize, hola Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Apr 15, 2012

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    ... and ended up back at the Holiday Inn at about 9.30pm. Their bar (opening times as posted on the door 5.00pm - 1.00am) was closed but we managed to purchase a couple of beers from the restaurant and sat on our own by the pool to drink them.

    We decided to return to The Vatican for breakfast. We ordered coffee and scrambled eggs with ham. Nothing came for ages and then we were brought two mugs of barely warm milk and presented with a jar of Nescafe. ...

    Merida to Campeche

    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Jan 11, 2012

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    ... repell repeated attacks by European pirates, and many parts of the wall exist today. The bastions have been tuned into museums and galleries displaying various historical artifacts. Within the walls, the city has restored many of the existing buildings, and these are used for shops, restaurants, government buildings, etc.. The pastel colours of the shops and houses are quite unique, as are ...

    Reflections on San Cristobal

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 24, 2011

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    Based on forum comments and other research, I had planned for us to spend Christmas in San Cristobal. It has the reputation among travelers of being a relaxed and worthwhile place to spend some time so we had allowed four days leading up to Christmas. On our day of arrival we headed off to the night market. And when I say night market I mean it quite literally. The vendors, all indigenous women, sit in the dark with their handicrafts spread out on blankets before them. ...

    Some Like it Hot

    A travel blog entry by tim_jenny on Sep 03, 2010

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    ... street sellers all focused on us as we wandered around.
    The first evening we only had time for a quick wander and a pleasant meal of locally caught fish and plenty of sangria. The next full day Jenny was struck down with Montezuma’s revenge (you don‘t want to know!), it was bound to happen to one of us at some stage. She managed very little just lying in the hotel room moaning about dying or something. That meant I had free reign ...