Fiesta Inn Coatzacoalcos
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... these have WIFI. We stayed in the nice shaded area where WIFI was not available but there was just a short walk to the office where picnic tables outside were a great place to surf, check emails and the latest news. This was our third time to visit the park. Once when a friend had his RV there and once we drove out just to check it out months ago. Since that first visit the managers have come a long ...
... single corner of this country, but we do want to spend a little more time on the beaches and explore some of the well known ancient sites. We prefer to stick around rather than traverse the border as many other RVers do every year. After all, we do live in our home-on-wheels, so we can accomplish this trip any way we want.
People ask if we will stay here permanently. Although that is a possibility, we are still in search of that perfect ...
... Thanks Nancy!
To read a concise well written essay on the History of Mexico's journey to Independence on Ajijic News click HERE
Sept. 16, Monday (a national holiday, all government offices, banks, schools closed)
10 AM Parade starting at Calle Constitucion to Calle Ocampo to 6 Corners, and back to Plaza for lots of fun through the afternoon.
2 PM Futbol (soccer) ...
... that evening, and that the real fiesta was Sunday, when we would get to see the folklore dancers and see the music bands. Talk about confusion. And I mean ME!!
After dropping off the very nice lady, we parked our beast at our usual secret parking area, about one block over from the bus station, and we walked to the parade/procession route. We were right on time, as the police motorcycle unit was just pulling up to stop traffic. We got to see ...
... visitors at the RV park. Oregon, California, Texas, Florida, Illinois are just a sample of the registration tags that we are seeing pop up all over the Lake Chapala area. Yes America, Mexico still has tourists that travel across the border, despite what you are hearing about all that terrible violence that we are supposedly having here. Although, we have yet to see as much as what we were told would be happening. I hope that we NEVER will see any of it. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center