Hotel la Choza
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... br> We boarded "El Chepe" and had half of one railway car designated for our group. I took a seat by a window for the six hour train ride. All I can say is WOW, what a beautiful and relaxing train ride. I took several pictures and they do not reflect the true beauty of this area. We went over multiple bridges and through several tunnels. I was surprised how green and lush this area seemed and Sergio explained that this area of the country had alot of rain lately. ...
... long way through villages and we arrived after a very bumpy trip to the site entry. The drizzle was very light and the weather cool. The site itself clearly gets hoards of visitors judging by the size of the market stalls at the entry point. However lucky for us it was a slow day and we literally were the only people there at the start apart from one other family. So nice to have the quiet and empty atmosphere to enjoy such ...
I reached Papantla for the sole purpose of visiting some of the best archaeological ruins in Mexico. There really isn't much else to explore in the area so I only stayed for two nights.
There is a nice central square good for people watching and a few restaurants to sit outside and enjoy the evening air. I had dinner at one restaurant sitting on the terrace overlooking the square ...
... playing a drum and whistle. Hes joined by 4 others who hang down upside down and then decend on ropes, spinning through the air 13 times until they reach the floor.
We get a bus out to see the ruins of El Tajin too, which are the biggest site on the Gulf Coast.
by Dave Guilmette
Co-Publisher / Traveler
The Bohemian Journal
The Ruins of El Tajin are just southeast of Paplanta. "Just" is probably not the correct word because getting out of Papantla and finding the right route is extraordinately difficult. Again, like so many other Gulf Coast cities, it is a dirty, twisty, congested, stuffed ...