Hotel Mision Xalapa

Bustamante, Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 91000, Mexico | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by doove


... a few hours then when I woke up, I looked yellow – pretty worrying. Seeing as I had nothing much else to do that day, had a bandwidth war with a ten year old kid and uploaded some pics, wrote some blogs, and updated my Facebook about the yellowness – I love it how everyone pretty much assumed it was liver problems haha. In reality I’ve probably only actually been out in Mexico properly less than five times in the three months I’d been here. Just easy to have a couple ...


A travel blog entry by marshaonthemove


... them with a project for their English class. Their task was to ask us questions about ourselves in English, so we gladly answered them as we ourselves had fresh memories of similar projects for our Spanish classes :)

Other stops included the Palace of Fine Arts, the Post Office (check out those pictures!), and a museum housing one of Diego Rivera's murals (famous and influential Mexican ...

The Conference (ATMEX) Begins

A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys


... It had overrun by half an hour, when everyone decided to skip dessert - normally not given up easily - to start the afternoon's marketplace.

In travel trade parlance, a marketplace is where Buyers (like travel agents) meet Sellers (exhibitors like hotels and tour operators) to exchange knowledge and business cards. Most of us had like 8 to 10 appointments for the 5 hours allotted. The delay in lunch, coupled with the absence of some exhibitors, threw the ...

Mexico City - Again

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei


... of focus was very apparent but she is what I would describe as ‘street wise’. As she played with the chess set she was also very aware of her basket of goods and also the little plastic bag of loose change that she carried; she always placed it somewhere that was minimal risk to theft. Then, curiosity satisfied, she was off again and the chessman returned to his thoughts as she looked for a sale amongst the vast crowd of the Zocolo. She was so small she disappeared ...

Meetings and such

A travel blog entry by karynina

... mention that it is a problem and things to look our for. So it wasn´t a waste, but it was a long way to walk. Then we had to immediately go back to our area. This is a lot of stairs, elevators, and bumpy stones. Did I mention, that all the stones and building material is called jerusalem stone and it actually comes from israel? They are dependant on how fast the stones come from around the world to build a new room, like ...


This hotel, located on Bustamante, Veracruz, is near Tula, Cerro de la Estrella, Conjunto San Ildefonso, and Observación de aves en Xochimilco.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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