Best Western Hotel Poza Rica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... So much noise in the square as seems to be loudspeakers and is possibly a political thing because lots of police present and even ones in the back of utes with rifles. We are never concerned as we are very aware of the high visibily levels of security here in Mexico. There are security checks and video recording of every bus passenger on the long distances buses and in all the public areas a very strong police presence.We ...
I reached Papantla for the sole purpose of visiting some of the best archaeological ruins in Mexico. There really isn't much else to explore in the area so I only stayed for two nights.
There is a nice central square good for people watching and a few restaurants to sit outside and enjoy the evening air. I had dinner at one restaurant sitting on the terrace overlooking the square ...
Papantla turned out to be a really nice little town. In the evening couples dance (mostly awkwardly) in the plaza. By the church theres a tall pole where Voladores perform. The ritual started here and noones sure of its significance anymore but it starts with a man on top of ...
by Dave Guilmette
Co-Publisher / Traveler
The Bohemian Journal
The Ruins of El Tajin are just southeast of Paplanta. "Just" is probably not the correct word because getting out of Papantla and finding the right route is extraordinately difficult. Again, like so many other Gulf Coast cities, it is a dirty, twisty, congested, stuffed ...
... harvesting green alfalfa using horse-drawn wagons and pitchforks. Old people carried bundles of firewood on their backs along the roadsides and there were many thatched- roofed buildings. It looked like a scene from a movie in biblical times.
Soon we were climbing windy mountainous roads with steep drop offs. And, would you believe it, lots of road construction. Modern yellow caterpillars cut through the red clay ...