Fiesta Inn Orizaba
Travel Blogs from Veracruz
... neither tasted to great to me. From the agave field, they put it in the plant is cooked, then processed to where a machines separates the solid and liquid. The liquid then goes into a big drum and fermented. After weeks of
fermenting, it goes underground in barrels and stored at room temperature. It can’t be too hot or too cold. There were over 1,000 barrels of tequila in this cavern and ...
... was a little pricey. After paying, however, I put all thoughts of money aside and settled in to enjoy the tour. The distillery is actually part of a beautiful hacienda with historic buildings dating back to 1870, and lovely grounds with a citrus orchard. Interestingly, the citrus trees play an important part in what makes Herradura so tasty and special. After the blue agave plant is discarded of its long leaves by the jimador (harvester) and the core or piņa is ...
... had to get a sleeping bag and crash out in the bus station for an hour until a police guy nudged me back awake and insist I moved. Like a zombie, I stumbled into the centre where found that two of the places (each with about 50 rooms) that I wanted to stay were fully booked up – what the hell?! The third place was also full, but I agreed to crash out in a room that had yet to be cleaned, and I’d get up in the afternoon when the maid came to come clean up.
... a couple of breakout sessions attendees could choose.
Lunch was in an adjacent venue partitioned off for that purpose. I must say the World Trade Centre of Boca del Rio, Veracruz, is really impressive for its columnless space and design. We were not spare presentations during lunch, which took really long between courses. I guess the caterer had difficulty with staffing or managing a function of this magnitude. Whatever time we made up in the morning, we lost ...
... weeks work, he is looking forward to
seeing his family again in a couple days.
have all the screens that Cathie made covering the windows, and they
are keeping out what few bugs there are. There doing a great job,
they just attach to the outside frame of the window with magnets
sewed into the edging.
I think the bed is calling.
Noches from Veracruz.