La Mansion del Faro

Centro Tecolutla , Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Veracruz

Day - 43 First impressions of Veracruz.

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... seemed to be really wet like they just went for a swim, then we noticed they get tourists to throw coins in the water and they swim after them. You get 2 guys and throw in 10pesos and they will race to find the coin in the water or off the bottom, it's pretty incredible, the water is pretty clear and not too deep but they always end up finding the coin. We walked right around the water area, after not too long we came across market stalls set up, ...

28. Mexico is a safe place

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... what I needed and everything worked out just fine.

WIth that in mind, I dozed off as one of the side-effects of the Lopramide kicked in.

We reached Ciudad de Mexico without incident, and I bought my taxi ticket without incident, and got into the taxi without incident and he pulled away from the curb into that insanity that passed for traffic there... while looking at his MP3 player instead of the road. He steered with his left ...

City life

A travel blog entry by jormaontour

Veracruz has also surprised me. If you think something bad forget it. City Is happy and very suitable for familiesand all kind of activities. Wonderfull city to walk around and not too much traffic. The buildings in the city are from the colonial time and in very good condition. The city has a nice centrum and here are high class handcrafs to buy as guayaberas. ...

From the mountains to Mexico City

A travel blog entry by phil_and_liv

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... to find firewood for their open fireplace which was the only form of heating in the hostel. We found some firewood (if thats what you would call it, it seemed more like small kindling to me but apparently thats all they have there) at one of the local shops. After a bit of haggling about the price we bought and loaded up 400 pieces of wood and headed back home to unload it all. Located at 2,200 metres above sea level the nights were really ...

Walked & walked & walked!!

A travel blog entry by sej2268

... got followed by the police all the way back to the hostel.

Took the metro and a bus to reach Teotihuacan, large set of ruins outside of Mexico city. A huge site, with some very impressive ruins, the actual city is spread out over 23 square kilometers, but there is only about 2 kms to see. The first set of ruins you come to as you walk out of the visitors centre is the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, there are 2 temples inside a quadrangle, there are also ...

 

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