Colonial Hotel

Address: Calle 14, Campeche, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Campeche

Ultima aventura!

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 30, 2013

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... wanted one, last marquesita (soft cone rolled up with nutella and queso de bola). Munching on that deliciousness, with traditional Yucatecan music and dance thriving in the background, and sitting among the vendors with my friends chatting after a day of exploring Mexico, I could not believe that it was my last night. My last night. I sure am excited to be home, but I will miss Mexico dearly.
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Orevwa Belize, hola Mexico

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Apr 15, 2012

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... eggs arrived eventually accompanied by a mound of cold rice and swimming in black bean sauce. About the only thing that was hot was the pile of tortillas that also came with the breakfast.

After a short walk around the market we returned to the hotel, checked out and took a taxi to the bus station. We were catching the midday bus to Campeche. We had booked seats online for the first class bus and waited in an “executive” lounge ...

Merida to Campeche

A travel blog entry by fernbob on Jan 11, 2012

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... roads. There are a lot of treed park areas, and these are serviced with free WiFi, something unexpected. Campeche reminds us of the fort in St. Augustine in the US. The fort/walls are of the same design, both have moats around them, and both are Spanish! So you can go to St. Augustine and save yourself a flight to Mexico!

This year we have noticed that most of the ...

Reflections on San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 24, 2011

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... walk around the market, each vendor turns on a torch and shines it on their goods so you can get a better look at them. The torches are those blue light LED type so you don't really get much of a good look, which is a shame because some of the handicrafts look very good indeed. The indigenous women (Tzotzil) are very prominent here. During the day they carry woven products around on their shoulders and in their arms. They are heavily laden. Often they have their ...

Some Like it Hot

A travel blog entry by tim_jenny on Sep 03, 2010

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... I’d wander around the walls. Although the town is fairly small this took far longer than expected due to the intense heat and the frequent rests in some shade for water. It was enjoyable though seeing the locals instinctively walking in the shade or hiding in small shops out of the sun. Me, by the time I’d finish the walk I think sun stroke had set in and I collapsed for the rest of the day.
Luckily the second day Jenny ...