Fiesta Inn Poza Rica
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... for almost 3 minutes until finally reaching the ground, hopefully landing on their feet. It was a cool thing to be able to watch while enjoying dinner.
But in the end, my dinner got the best of me. I decided to order a traditional Filete a la Veracruzana. A piece of fish with a regional sauce that has tomatoes, onions, olives and other stuff. I guess it wasn't cooked well ...
... playing a drum and whistle. Hes joined by 4 others who hang down upside down and then decend on ropes, spinning through the air 13 times until they reach the floor.
We get a bus out to see the ruins of El Tajin too, which are the biggest site on the Gulf Coast.
... not found in any vacation travel book. This photo depicts one of the better streets.
The Ruins are worth some effort, though. I can't tell you what each structure was called or what purpose it served, but the site itself is very expansive. The parking lot for the 'ruinas' is filled with vendors providing what Frommer's refers to as "sublimely ...
... He gave us the history of the early civilizations that occupied this region and the usages of each of the buildings. In 1785 Diego Ruiz, who was sleuthing out illegal tobacco fields, discovered the ruins. The cultivation of tobacco was reserved for royal families at that time. Local Totonac Indians knew about the ruins but kept them secret from the Spanish. Ruiz could see only the top of the tallest pyramid sticking up out of ...
air and came down with a BANG. No way could at least one of them not be
hurt after that.
Stopped the trailer and ran back to check, both up and no injuries
but both of them were riding braced out on all four and were looking at
me like WTF are you