- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... that was a bad idea. When I opened my little bag of tacos full of excitement I found a complex puzzle of different ingredients in different bags and I was expected to construct the tacos myself... I don't know if these people were confusing me with someone who had been to university or I look like a chef but I was somewhat disappointed. I eventually got over this disaster and started constructing by placing ingredients everywhere and splashing sauce on everything. I was happy ...
Today is a day for nothing. Not really. Will only go and eat the breakfast Veracruzano. Latter plan to stay for reading.
Today people should start to prepare the first of May. I will see how it is. Sure not like in Finland.
I consider after my two trips to Veracruz i have gotten a widh view over this area. There are still much more ...
Also today i choosed to eat desayuno Veracruzeno. Very good breakfast and it is many things to eat.
Latter went to animal park. It is a small place but offers like Bengal tiger, monkeys and crocodillos, which are very tuff animals. Here is a good piscuina to use for swimming. If you have children this is a very good place. For me it was a nice park and it was happy to see small children be happy when they saw animals.
... and their animosity towards the Aztecs, the Totonacs joined with Cortes to attack the Aztecs, The alliances that Cortes and his fellow conquistadors made with indigenous groups was one of the decisive factors in their defeat of a much larger Aztec army.
There were some very interesting features of the site. Before the Aztecs came along, the Totonac were a peaceful people. Under Aztec rule, the Totonac adopted their gods as well as their practices to please and pacify ...
Greetings from Veracruz!
I arrived last night after a day of travel that felt neverending. I think what made the experience so exhausting was that the Mexico City airport was uncomfortably warm. My 5+ hour layover dragged on as I nearly broke a sweat waiting...and waiting...and waiting for my connecting flight to Veracruz. Don't get me wrong, airports are great people-watching venues. The biggest spectacle was watching what I assumed ...