Bosque De Los Cipreses

Av Lazaro Cardenas 1181, Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Av Lazaro Cardenas 1181, Veracruz, is near Rio Secreto, Playacar Golf Club, Diversity Diving, and Boca Paila.
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Travel Blogs from Veracruz

The first of May 2014

A travel blog entry by jormaontour on Apr 30, 2014

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 ...

Day for resting and for some few activities.

A travel blog entry by jormaontour on Apr 29, 2014

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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.
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Cempoala, La Antigua, and San Juan de Ulua

A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Mar 18, 2014

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... role in the history (as well as the prehistory) of Mexico. You see, the Totonac were
the first indigenous group in Mexico to come into contact with Hernan Cortes when he arrived. Having been under the dominion of the Aztecs, and unhappily at that, the Totonacs believed, like the Aztecs, that Cortes was Quetzalcoatl returning to the earth. Therefore, they treated him as a god and hooked him up with all sorts of precious goodies and special treatment. Due to their adoration ...

Veracruz's Hidden Beauty

A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Mar 16, 2014

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... lacking potable water to Mexico's main port and entry and exit point for trade with Europe and the Caribbean. Veracruz has seen its share of hardship, having been invaded many times. My favorite thing at the museum was a panorama of a pirate attack on the city by a pirate named Lorencillo. I'll post one of the photos. Hilarious.

After the museum, my brain needed a break after reading so much information en espanol. My brain ...

I'M PREGNANT!

A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 09, 2013

1 comment, 86 photos

... Wifi and bought a McFlurry, three separate people came up and said ‘Bon Prevecho’ – so whilst really friendly, I don’t think an ice cream justifies a meal… apparently in Veracruz things are different!

After that went and checked in at a party hostel there, despite definitely not being in the mood or physical state for such activities. Stopped off at a pharmacy to load up on proper cough medicine and some rehydration fluid that tasted like ass. Then ...

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