Colonial Hotel

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

Maya temple hopping: Uxmal, Calakmul, etc

A travel blog entry by chris.wauman

31


Went first some days to Mérida, but as I have nothing interesting to say about that city except for visiting Uxmal, I will include it here (don't want to spam everyone with blog posts).

Uxmal is also world heritage and only (partially) excavated in 1929. I don't know why but this site impressed me more then Chichén Itzá. Probably due …

Ultima aventura!

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine

6

... 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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Merida to Campeche

A travel blog entry by fernbob

7

... repell repeated attacks by European pirates, and many parts of the wall exist today. The bastions have been tuned into museums and galleries displaying various historical artifacts. Within the walls, the city has restored many of the existing buildings, and these are used for shops, restaurants, government buildings, etc.. The pastel colours of the shops and houses are quite unique, as are ...

Reflections on San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by guykb

2

Based on forum comments and other research, I had planned for us to spend Christmas in San Cristobal. It has the reputation among travelers of being a relaxed and worthwhile place to spend some time so we had allowed four days leading up to Christmas. On our day of arrival we headed off to the night market. And when I say night market I mean it quite literally. The vendors, all indigenous women, sit in the dark with their handicrafts spread out on blankets before them. ...

Some Like it Hot

A travel blog entry by tim_jenny

5


It’s hot in the Yucatan Peninsula. Descending onto the tarmac, from the small airplane that we arrived on from Mexico City, we were hit by the overpowering heat and humidity of Campeche. The temperature was about 32 degrees with the humidity boosting it so it felt more like 40. After having our baggage checked by a sniffer dog, we jumped in a taxi that took us to our hotel. Hotel America is by far the cheapest place we’ve stayed but ...

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