El Regis

Address: Calle 12, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Campeche

Time on the road....

A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 07, 2014

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... distance, a nice straight road on a fairly well maintained highway. Along the way Matteo gives us a little of the history of the states of Campeche, Tabasco, Chiapas and the Yucutan Peninsuala.
Both Campeche and Tabasco States have access to the Gulf of Mexico and therefore are quite wealthy because of the many oil rigs and foreign companies that have brought in much wealth to the region. Tourism is the second source of income for the region. ...

Into the Yucatan

A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Apr 06, 2014

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We arrived early in the morning and we caught a taxi into town to look for somewhere to stay after a reasonably good nights sleep on the bus. Campeche is a UNESCO Heritage Sight because during the colonial days it was a walled city, built to fortify the city during the dodgy olden days. Our hostel was basic enough and we hired bikes and went to explore the city. Mexico reminds us a lot of home in ...

Colonial Fairyland

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 01, 2014

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... was great - an olden day version of the London Eye, I guess.

One thing we did realise about Campeche was that every street inside 'the wall' was cobbled and every building was painted in a pastel colour of blue, green, red or yellow. Maybe there was a law or just an unwritten rule that no two adjoining properties could be painted the same colour to make sure this city retained it's charm. Despite what Merida ...

Back to the Coast

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Mar 31, 2014

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... should not be a reflection of a city or town - a drive from LA Airport to the centre through the 'real' Hollywood shows a side of the city a far cry from the glitz and glam.

The City of Campeche was founded in 1540 and was the most important and largest port in Yucatan for trading . There was therefore a lot of wealth and, as such, constant attacks by pirates and raiders so a wall was built surrounding ...

Colonial walled town

A travel blog entry by janicksbrown on Mar 22, 2014

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What a day, drove down 60. Klm potholed road with our guide Bianca who we picked up at main gate. She does this trip everyday, 40klm an hour in our little car squished up in the back, lucky girl, dodging potholes, turkeys walking out and thousands of butterflies dancing along the road, all yellow and white. The ruins are amazing, we saw spider monkeys playing in the trees which was a ...

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