Hotel America Centro
Travel Blogs from Campeche
... sauce holding a stack of the most enormous prawns, crumbed in coconut & deep fried.
We were so full afterwards, that even with the long walk back, we were not hungry until late in the evening. Round the corner from our hotel was Chocol Ha, a cafe specialising in hot and cold chocolate drinks. The hot chocolate was thick and creamy with a hint of chili and seemed just perfect after spicy tamales verdes.
... flight only took 20 minutes and wasn’t too turbulent. The tiny airport at Corozal appeared to be deserted except for two taxi drivers who were both vying for our business. We needed to get to Corozal bus station to catch a bus across the border to the Mexican town of Chetumal. Border crossing days tend to be somewhat stressful and we weren’t looking forward to this one. We were expecting it to be busy at the border and there were entry and exit fees ...
... br> We arrived in town at 5:30am in the dark. The public bus into the town centre arrived just as it started to rain. Beyond the city walls was the main plaza where we found the hostel. The best location in town! But when we asked to see the rooms they said had none available yet. We'd have to wait until people check out at 11am. Fair enough! As we waited and had a look around it dawned upon us just as the day ...
We woke in the morning at quite a reasonable hour. The presents underneath our Christmas tree looked very inviting and we did our very best to be measured in the way we opened them. Everybody did very well in the gift selection department and we now have heavier bags but a lovely collection of handicrafts to take home as a memory of this lovely place. We dressed leisurely and headed off for lunch at the restaurant (Babel) that we had picked out because it was highly ranked on ...
... beach with Kona, but I hope to swim a length or two of the
This afternoon we went to Campeche,
bought some supplies, then went to the centro. Cathie did some
computer work, while Kona and I walked around the centro. I am more
and more impressed with Mexico with every city we visit. The
cobblestone streets, colorful buildings, interesting shops, and the
centro, complete with shoe shiners and free wifi. Since its so hot
in the day, fyi, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking