Hotel Santa Teresa

Address: Insurgentes No. 177, Chetumal, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Insurgentes No. 177, Chetumal, is near XTC Dive Center, Izamal Ruins, Santuario del Manati, Bahia de Chetumal, and Castillo Real.
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Travel Blogs from Chetumal

Fun in Acapulco

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Nov 08, 2015

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... bisque and then some delicious sea bass. As I refuse to eat the fish on board I fond this particularly nice. We washed that down with a Spanish Pinot Grigio and a Malbec. lovely wines. We all agreed that the whole night had been a highlight of the trip so far.The finishing touch was the trio of Crème Brulee for dessert. I had perked up considerably during the meal and as Frederico drove us back to the ship enjoyed seeing the lively night life of the city. A fun night ...


A travel blog entry by goeran on Oct 31, 2015

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... beach, walked around and to the movies. there are soldiers stationed in the tourist zone cleverly disguised in green under palm trees on the boardwalk. I didn't take a foto since I didn't want to get shot. the movies... we watched something with scarlet and it was quite awful and boring. at 02.35am we got on the overnight bus to puerto ...

A day in Acapulco

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Oct 26, 2015

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... but I am sorely disappointed with the place. When we drove in yesterday we drove through Old Acapulco which pretty much looked like every other town or city we'd driven through, only there weren't speed bumps, the traffic signals worked, and there were fewer potholes per block than normal. The tourist area has lots of hotels, but the storefronts are dismal and the restaurant choices are few. Almost all ...

The Longest Day!

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Oct 25, 2015

... repetitious. Lots of palm orchards, banana plantations, and rivers that were running high and fast and looked real brown from all of the mountain runoff. Still encountered some scattered storm damage along the way, mostly flooding, rocks and mud on the roadway, with a few downed trees and branches. But generally pretty normal.

But every town/village in come through has a speed bump at the entrance to and exit from the community, minimum, with most having ...

Chetumal, rain and changing the cars number plates

A travel blog entry by saraandkike on Oct 18, 2015

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... stop over before you move on and is very close to the border so it was convenient, it's set right on a Laguna before it opens up to the sea so it's worth stopping on the sea front for some fish. Actually when we stopped to eat on the front I noticed a huge line of people waiting outside a government building and when I asked Kike what it was for, he explained that in Mexico the TV channels are going digital and that meant that lots of people ...

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