TravelPod Member ReviewsVeracruz Hotel
Great location across from the zócalo. Rooms are nice, some have balconies facing the zócalo. Reasonably prices within walking distance to many shops and restaurants
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... I'm sure that will return back. This area is very beautiful, safe and fresch. But during the spring sometimes too hot. I heard that upp to 46C is common. For me 38-39 C is more than enough. My friend told that the hurricane season can make lotts of problems during the fall.
I feel very good here. Like the nature and the people. This is not ...
... is famous. Do not miss it. It is a great place. Information in english is found too. I did not like to see the dolphins. They should be free.
We finnished the evening by tasting Mexican vines. They are really good!.
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... of Cempoala (also spelled Zempoala) and the historical town of La Antigua. Cempoala is about one hour north of Veracruz, but the trip took closer to two hours on the second-class bus, with its love for constant stops. When I arrived in Cempoala, I was pleased to see that it was almost empty. I quickly began chatting with Alfredo, a knowledgable and experienced guide. I arrived at Cempoala with very little knowledge about the Totonac people. What I learned was that Cempoala played a ...
... of choice was drinking micheladas under an umbrella at a cafe on the zocalo. After one michelada, I was still very warm and my brain was still needing a break, so I said to myself, " Por que no?" and had another, whiling away another 30 minutes watching life walk by in the zocalo.
With two micheladas dancing in my bloodstream, I attempted to go the Naval History Museum, which I found to be closed for renovation. I then walked along the ...