Cabo Alto Hotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from Monte Gordo
... into a food coma. I needed the extra sleep!
5PM I took a final walk to the zocalo. There were some performers that
I watched for a little while. Then I took a 20 minute walk down a
pedestrian street until I reached the Torre Latino. I paid to go ...
... was on the other side so I have a balance of 62 CUC. I only exchanged $600.00 Cdn, bringing $1,000.00 for this portion of the trip. Sorted out gate B15. Had a granola bar for lunch and a bit more diary stuff.
Dayron [guide]...not expressively passionate but a proud Cuban in his description of his country's history and ...
... all over the city.
Oh yeah and then there was office max but only the technological components.Like computer needs, computers, i pods, phones. Never seen a separate office max.
Did I mention this in the commercial side of Santa Fe, the little village. And oh yeah, tall sky scrapers surrounding this mall. After acquainting myself with this mall.I went to the hotel. Prior to that I or rather on my way I stopped at the little connivence store ...
Tecolutla is a isolated beach town located 190 km north of the city of Veracruz along the Gulf of Mexico.
It is located close by Papantla and Poza Rica, cities placed near interchanges of highways that link to Tampico to the north.
Here, you can relax - almost no vehicle traffic, lots of good restaurants, even eat at "Bigotes' Tacos" - in front of the Plaza!!
The most important and growing economic activity here is tourism. The
primary reason ...
... pedestrian streets past the Belles Artes (concert hall and opera house), many churches and eventually back up to the Cathedral, Zocalo and the National Parliament building. Plenty of street performers out and about and drawing crowds and so many people especially when we all tried to cross the street together! There were some great (hmm) snow activities available in the main square, including snowmobiling for kids, a snow ramp for tobogganing, and an ice rink. Not quite the ...