Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Tampico
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- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Tampico
We arrive in Tampico tired and get a taxi out to a hotel that no longer exists. Our taxi driver suggests another which is undergoing building work, and we end up at the beach front where half the hotels are stupidy expensive towers of sanity, or grimy part-time brothels. We end up back at the bus station and buy our tickets out for the next morning!
We arrived back in Mexico on Sunday the 12th of September. It was a great trip down from Portland but we were very tired. We drove about 10 hours every day. As some of you know we had a sister from here that was visiting Portland ride back with us. "Karen" When we arrived back in Altamira her mother had a delicious meal waiting for us. See why we love it here. The brothers are really wonderful. Anyway, I will try to show some pictures of our travels through the US. It was so beautiful.
... and the blinding white skin didn’t help hide our panic of not knowing where we were and freaking out because it’s almost dark and we have absolutely no idea where we’re staying for the night. It’ll be dark soon so we better find something fast! We passed through Altamira and grabbed one of the first hotels we could find. Here we sit in Bonitta Inn. Not too bad of a place (although Nina ...
... hve people run, I mean run up to your vehicle and from 15 feet away spray water from a bottle to clean your windshield. Let them, it was clean!! Couple of dollars wont hurt!! Roads are rough, the scene is pretty much the same untill you hit the small mountains. Lots of corn and some aguava fields. Hotel is really nice and food sent to your room was good and priced right!! Tip'em they Get more ...
... He didn’t seem too upset to be woken at 6:30am, and he was pretty quick about moving his car, we were grateful.
Some of the roads had the biggest, roughest pot holes, and long gouges and ruts, which were dangerous if we got our tyres caught in them. Every so now and then I’d hit an unavoidable pot hole and think my tyre was going to blow. We’d been a bit spoiled with some of the great concrete highways here in Mexico.
At lunch time ...