Hotel Francis Drake
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... the buildings facing the square. The show tells the history of Campeche and went for nearly half an hour. Chairs are set out in the square for people to sit and watch the show.
We finished dinner at about 9.00pm. Walking back to the hotel I realised the town had gone to bed.
This tour has given far less free time than any other Peregrine tour I have been on.
... with Debby and had to finalize the rental, I was only able to leave at 9h15. As I had to drive 300km, I first visited 2 smaller ruins on my first day.
Xpuhil was a disappointed. Had only 1 building worth mentioning, one with 3 towers which is apparantly rare. But the central tower had an amazing mask on its back and the left one contained an inner stairway which could be climbed.
Becán (550 BC - AD 1000) was ...
... painted in pastel colours.
We started at the central square where some of the city’s most important buildings were situated as well as the imposing cathedral. Trolley buses left from the square to take tourists on city tours. We had to wait for a while for there to be eight prospective customers, the minimum number with which they would operate, but soon after eleven we set off on what was an enjoyable and informative tour of the city’s ...
... was the best part. A grouping of buildings called Groupe Norte, then Groupe C and as you walk towards the exit some beautiful cascades that form natural bathing pools. Called Baño de la Reina (the Queen's Bath) these gorgeous pools are so inviting we just wanted to jump in and frolic but sadly no bathing allowed. At least, that's what we took banarse to mean... Maybe it's a reference to being blacklisted on Oxford Street (Sydney joke). From ...
A multi million dollar resort and we are the only ones there!!!
Look at photos to appreciate the beauty of this place.
We had it all to ourselves!!
We went swimming, snorkeling, what a kick
Just laying around in the beautiful palapas
Wish you were here :)