Hotel Mision Campeche America
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Campeche
Sveglia alle 7:30, colazione e, dopo aver cercato inutilmente di cambiare dei dollari, verso le 10:00 partiamo in direzione Campeche – Merida. La nostra intenzione è di arrivare a Uxmal in tempo per una visita veloce e poi pernottare a Ticul.
Dopo poco più di un'ora di strada foriamo una gomma… La sostituiamo e cerchiamo …
... took a quick walk around the old town before heading to the main square for dinner in the rotunda where we could watch the light show. Campeche is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is a very pretty city with its restored pastel-coloured buildings and cobblestones streets. The two-towered cathedral dominated one side of the main square. Every night a light show is displayed on ...
... br> But I'm mostly here to organise an excursion to Calakmul. After some questioning around, the cheapest solution was to rent a car for 2 days (no public transport towards that location and a organized tour cost more). Before leaving, I treated myself on an amazing dinner (as my parents and brother are having dinner with Debby): sopa de lima and panuchos con pollo (small corn tortillas that puff when heated).
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... at a little café on the square opposite our hotel and then set out to explore the city of Campeche. Founded in 1540 by Spanish Conquistadores, Campeche still has many houses and churches from the colonial era and is now a Unesco world heritage site. Its most striking feature though is the network of city walls and forts surrounding the old town, access to which is by one of four gates. The streets, arranged in a grid pattern, are narrow and the houses ...
... pyramids, going in and out of rooms and tombs. By midday or so we were getting hungry, but there is no food available in the site and you can't take it in with you so we retraced our way back to the entrance and went outside to find a suitable food stall. I had a tamale and the others had tacos. We sat and chatted with a young Mexican who is currently studying his masters degree (in film and TV production) in the US and was here visiting his ...