Holiday Inn Express Ciudad Victoria
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Travel Blogs from Ciudad Victoria
... roads here are not that good-neither is the suspension). But we made it. Now we wait for the plane in the departure longe that can be only described as a vast walk in freezer unit. The air con is on so high everyone is walking around in fluffy coats, gloves and big boots whereas us...well our anticipation of a warm day has let us down; a fig leaf would have given me more warmth. And given the temperature here a very small fig leaf would have been sufficient to cover ...
... looks like it was built by the Architect of The Leaning Tower of Pisa. In the Church of Nuestra Senora de Loreto the holy water stoops are way out of reach, at least eight feet off the ground (and The Mexicans are not a tall race…) and there is a distinct line on the walls about four feet off the ground where the brick changes colour completely.
Huge chandeliers in all the churches are suspended ...
... Apart from the pyramidal structures, Teotihuacan is also known for its large residential complexes, the Avenue of the Dead, and numerous colorful, well-preserved murals. Additionally, Teotihuacan produced a thin orange pottery style that spread through Mesoamerica.
The city was thought to have been established around 200 BC, lasting until its fall sometime between the 7th and 8th centuries AD. At its zenith in the first half of the ...
... whole scene.
After the Mexican-American war the castle was later inhabited by the French-Mexican Emperor Maximilliano and Empress Carlotta. There are some rooms in the castle that show what life was like for them during the late 1800's. The rest of the castle is used as a history museum and shows the history of Mexico's revolution led by Emiliano Zapata against Porfirio Diaz.
The castle was amazing and ...
... to the border was easier then I thought. A taxi driver named Melquiades took me from the airport to the border for 18 bucks... Not bad, I thought it'd be 35, like my mom told me. It was very hot and muggy outside, and I had to cross the border by myself with all my luggage. The line into Mexico is always non-existent, while the line into the US is almost always packed. I can't believe how many people at all times are crossing into the US soil. After greeting my ...
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