Hotel Dorado

Carretera Federal 180 SN, Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Carretera Federal 180 SN, Veracruz, is near Juarez Theater (Teatro Juarez), Anthropology Museum, Escultura La Estampida, and El Mirador.
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    Travel Blogs from Veracruz

    Dork Out Day #1 (If you don't count Cempoala)

    A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Mar 19, 2014

    18 photos

    ... Mexico. I also loved a structure brought to the museum from a site called Hidalgo that was covered in the original frescoes. Seeing a long gone culture's original paintings is...so magical. I try to imagine the artist painstakingly painting this sacred building. Grinding plants and flowers and mixing to make his paints. A glimpse into the soul of a people...

    After spending most of my day at the museum, I decided to check out Xalapa's ...

    I'M PREGNANT!

    A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 09, 2013

    1 comment, 86 photos

    ... 8216;horror’ film called You’re Next. I just did an IMDB search and apparently it came out in 2011?! Seems Mexico is a little behind -If you’re going to pick films that are 2 years old… at least make them good! I don’t even think that film deserves time of day for me to write about, but sat back in my seat and watched to the end, just so I could say ‘well that was ****!’ PS – If anyone is reading this and actually can recommend some good ...

    Xalapa, Getting closer to the ocean.

    A travel blog entry by andycrandy on Apr 15, 2013

    14 photos

    ... or more. The fountains are filled with turtles and coi fish. The trees filled with raucous birds who aren’t scared to buzz the tower flying only inches from your head. There are some larger predator birds on display near the reptile exhibit. They looked bored but posed well for pictures.

    Later I headed into another Anthropology Museum and saw a lot of what I already saw in Mexico City. Nothing too exciting. Walked to another park, Paseo de los Lagos, in the evening ...

    City To Jungle

    A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys on Sep 02, 2012

    35 photos

    ... us that the annual River of Raptors, as it is named there, is the largest migration in the world, and peaks from mid-September to mid-October. We were there to catch the beginning, and the count had already started. There is a method, apparently, to estimating the numbers, which run into millions, and species. I don't think it is something I am cut out for; I have enough trouble counting to 100.

    The soccer game was still in progress when we left. One team was wearing ...

    Veracruz

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Dec 15, 2010

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... it had a lively atmosphere.

    Because of the prosperity of the town, the colonial heritage and its important naval role, some of the buildings are stunning, as are the numerous statues. In Yucatan the local culture was reflected in murals, in Veracruz it is in statues. They commemorate famous people and historical events, reflect the town's values and hopes for the future. We even found a statue of a woman holding a laptop.

    Since the 60's/70's it ...

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