Holiday Inn Campeche
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... very small with only 10 rooms and so we have the entire property to ourselves.
We freshen up after a relaxing few hours and have a walking city tour taking in the key sites of the city and then we head to dinner at a restaurant that is mostly for locals and showcases the local cuisine of tacos, frittata and other tasty morsels.
It's a quick dinner and we are all glad to have an early night and some time to ourselves - after a night cap of ...
... Spanish with no subtitles.
The first hostel we stayed in was disgusting i.e. the guys running the place were drinking and smoking in the room next to us getting tattoos all night, plus nothing was clean. It was recommended in the lonely planet but was very run down hence we moved the next day to this really nice hostel down the road.
... our money back explaining in bad spanish that we weren't happy that the doors didn't lock and the kitchen doesn't function fully. We were told repeated that they gave no refunds, so defeated we headed into town, finally, to look around. Luckily, we had only paid for one night. As we strolled around town, we checked out another hostel, which was really nice but we had heard a rumour that it might have bed bugs. We decided ...
... renta on the front. Oo can we rent that dad? They asked in unison. But there are no signs, no brochures at the tourist info, no ads in the hotel lobby so I had pretty much given up on it when on our second morning, as we walked into the zocalo, we spotted it sitting as bold as brass waiting for us to rent it. No-one seemed to be around so we figured if we stood around and looked interested someone would notice us. Sure enough, one of the stall holders nearby ...
... the historic Hotel Castelmar, just inside the old city wall. The hotel was built as an army barracks in 1800--we were lucky to have an 'officer's' room with a balcony, on the upper floor! (The rooms on the main floor had no windows.) To get an overview of the city, we caught a tram that took us through the narrow streets, pointing out five important, old churches, monuments, sculptures, and some of the new, modern buildings (city ...