Fiesta Inn Veracruz Malecon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... English girl also volunteering in the hostel) who showed me around the hostel and what work is expected. This was not an ordinary hostel, I believe the best way to describe it is that it's an open house party but if you want to sleep over you pay a little. I worked for food and accommodation by doing cleaning in the morning and then showing guests how to get drunk fast. Each guest is greeted with a welcome tequila shot on arrival which staff needed to part take in also. This ...
... I'm sure that will return back. This area is very beautiful, safe and fresch. But during the spring sometimes too hot. I heard that upp to 46C is common. For me 38-39 C is more than enough. My friend told that the hurricane season can make lotts of problems during the fall.
I feel very good here. Like the nature and the people. This is not ...
... is famous. Do not miss it. It is a great place. Information in english is found too. I did not like to see the dolphins. They should be free.
We finnished the evening by tasting Mexican vines. They are really good!.
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... of Cempoala (also spelled Zempoala) and the historical town of La Antigua. Cempoala is about one hour north of Veracruz, but the trip took closer to two hours on the second-class bus, with its love for constant stops. When I arrived in Cempoala, I was pleased to see that it was almost empty. I quickly began chatting with Alfredo, a knowledgable and experienced guide. I arrived at Cempoala with very little knowledge about the Totonac people. What I learned was that Cempoala played a ...
Greetings from Veracruz!
I arrived last night after a day of travel that felt neverending. I think what made the experience so exhausting was that the Mexico City airport was uncomfortably warm. My 5+ hour layover dragged on as I nearly broke a sweat waiting...and waiting...and waiting for my connecting flight to Veracruz. Don't get me wrong, airports are great people-watching venues. The biggest spectacle was watching what I assumed ...