Address: AV. 20 de Noviembre Ote. 522 Col, Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 91060, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on AV. 20 de Noviembre Ote. 522 Col, Veracruz.
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    A travel blog entry by kate.jones on Feb 19, 2012

    9 photos

    ... the communal bucket of beer being passed around by the dancers was all the alcoholic-energy needed!). As with most events involving alcohol, the person who had had a few too many lemonades made a pass at a few dancers and proceeded to present her very own salsa/samba/bachata/interpretive-I-am-t he-best-dancer-and-never-realised-until -now dance moves throughout the parade and proved that you are never too old to enjoy a Carnaval!

    The road that should be less traveled!

    A travel blog entry by -losviajeros- on Jun 29, 2010

    10 comments, 10 photos

    ... extremely humbling and embarrassing to witness these circumstances and think about all of the material possessions with which most of us are obsessed while the people of these villages live in nothing more than lean to shelters made of scrap sheet metal and wood. This is home to them. So, tonight when you eat a nice meal, take a shower, use your restroom, and lay down to sleep in your air conditioned home in your Posturepedic bed…be thankful. ...

    Class III on the Rio Antigua - Jalco to Coetzala

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Feb 07, 2010

    11 photos

    ... the riverside. Its not like we get completely naked, we use sarongs and towels to cover up while we change out of our wet gear into dry clothes. One thing I found very odd is that while we change the locals nearby just stare at us very openly. I'm sure we must be quite the site and something out of the ordinary but they actually crowd around and stare. Mexico is a very Catholic country and I sort of expected them to avert their eyes but that is not the ...

    Wow. What A Week.

    A travel blog entry by meluebke on Sep 16, 2009

    ... a small, poor community rich with history. It is home to the first Catholic church (and first church for that matter) in the Americas and the home of explorer, Hernan CortÚs! It was so awesome - and a bit eery - visiting the home of such a well-known conquistador. His home is quite large and made out of stone. He built trees on top of his home to protect himself from harsh weather and now, the roots of the trees are what is holding his home ...

    Day 5: Moving Water - Demonious! Estoy Bien!

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Feb 10, 2009

    17 photos

    ... given that sort of means "We can do it, let's go", or "be brave, have courage".

    4. A peel out is a maneuver used to exit an eddy. You must hold a 45 degree angle relative to the current, maintain that angle and a downstream tilt until in the main current, once there open up the angle and allow to current to push your bow downstream.

    5. An eddy turn is used when exiting the main river current and entering an eddy. Enter the eddy high where the eddy line is ...