Hotel Hacienda La Venta

Address: Carretera Panamericana Pte. No. 3, San Juan del Rio, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 76800, Mexico | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Carretera Panamericana Pte. No. 3, San Juan del Rio, is near Mayan Ruins of Tulum, Spearfishing Cozumel, Cozumel Water Sports, and Maya Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan del Rio

    Game of thrones.

    A travel blog entry by khaikhai on May 08, 2015

    ... of nudity, homosexuality, incest, and what not. Shocking. But still, the hours passed and every time I think about 9 more weeks, my heart just sank. I don't want these walls to be like a prison to me. I hope the next few weeks would be better. I'll report to work on Monday. Another trekker coming in next week as well. Excited to meet her! I just hope I can tide over this weekend. Hope my mind stays positive. Throne is where home is. And it seems that the game has just begun.

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    Day 19 Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 19, 2015

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    ... a churros café for a mid-afternoon sugar hit - churros are like doughnuts, but extruded into long thin sticks, that are dipped into chocolate. Our order was lost in translation and we received hot drinking chocolate instead, but we dipped the churros in that anyway! By now it was late afternoon, so we headed back towards the Zocola (plaza) and the cathedral for mass for Pa’s anniversary. On a whim, we stopped at St Felipe Neri instead, ...

    Metro on our own?

    A travel blog entry by laurapayne on Nov 03, 2014

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    ... the other passengers. We took it both ways to the Centro Historico. We were heading to the Palacio Nacional but upon arrival we found itt surrounded by barriers. We met a rural Mexican protester who told us in English that the Government was his enemy. We didn't stay but did not feel threatened even though the police were in riot gear and a pile of riot shields were on one corner. Barry tried to get me to pose in riot headgear and shield but I deferred!
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    Arrival

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 12, 2013

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    ... was fine: on time, not too turbulent. We had exit row seats, and Paul and the only empty seat on the plane next to him. We both worked the whole trip.

    Arriving Mexico City, we hit long immigration lines … the signage was confusing, and it took such a long time that one tourist pulled out her accordion and began to play a tune. But we were the last, so eventually were pulled over to the side reserved for Mexicanos, which ...

    Preaching in Favorable Season and...Rainy Season?

    A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Jul 15, 2013

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    ... was true. Also we offered her and her son a Bible study that she happily accepted. The congregation will contact her first to make sure its all ok, but she is very sure that her son wants to and will take the study also.

    A young sister and her son (maybe 10 years old?) asked if they could take some photos with us, they explained that her husband had died 2 months ago and that they were downtown to deal with a lot of legal work, which takes a lot of time ...