Hotel Concha Dorada

Miguel Lerdo 77 , Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 91700, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Veracruz

I'M PREGNANT!

A travel blog entry by doove

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... 8216;Ok whatever, do you know another Internet Cafe near hear that might be a little more useful than you?’

‘No’

‘Thanks for all the help you useless cretin’

Follow this by asking a few more people if they know where an Internet Cafe is, and you generally just get redirected to the same one and its like ARRRGHHH. This is naturally intensified when you are somewhere you don’t want to be with no money to do anything and every ...

Manatee Day

A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys

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... town visitors. I arrived before opening hours so took a walk along the beach lined by shops and restaurants catering to local visitors. Like popular beaches everywhere, there are beach chairs and umbrellas for rent. Floats and bathrooms for rent.

Restaurant workers tried to get me to eat but it was too early. Someone tried to sell me a snorkeling trip. No I was going to look at fish without getting wet. The aquarium was located within a mall which ...

5. Pushing myself a little too far

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... the container of my favorite on my meal. I love salsa and am always searching for just the right blend of flavor and heat. I’d finally found salsa heaven. Too bad it was 3,500 miles from home.

My stomach mollified, I decided to try again to get sunscreen (for some reason it didn’t occur to me that I could buy it in Tecolutla). Eventually I found a farmacia on a promenade and ended up spending $224 in cash because I’d left my Visa with my other ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97

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... sold to local and overseas markets) but its major economic driver is tourism. Xochimilco has over 100 miles of canals and eight harbours servicing 2,000 flat bottomed boats called trajineras that are rented by locals and tourists. The boats are fairly basic – wicker bottomed chairs down both side and a painted trestle table down the middle – and painted in bright colours. There’s no engine, just a guy at the back with a pole (our gondolier keep smashing into other ...

Mummies and Tazzies

A travel blog entry by colin

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... up the hill for another look, including the view at night. Again, rather nice.

Guanajuato is a great place to visit, we really didn't have enough time there which is a shame as of all the towns we visited it was my favourite. Oh well, next time I will stay longer.

On Friday we got the bus back to Mexico City, as we wanted time here to visit Teotihuacan, the famous Aztec ruins. On Friday night it was raining like ...

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