Hacienda Puerta Campeche, A Luxury Collection Hotel
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... li do Mexica, je to s našim trávením jak na houpačce, jednou dobré, pak zas trochu průjem. Půl roku v Jižní Americe jsme prošli prakticky bez jediného průjmu. Tady jsme tři týdny a už jsme toho víc vysrali než snědli.Druhý den jsme si nechali batohy v hotelu a šli si ještě projít trochu město a znovu promenádu. Centru města je obehnáno hradbami, které, ...
... We spent the night in Palenque township in a weird dorm room at a > hotel. It was an isolated large room on the roof with no windows, 12 > single beds, and no other guests. > > The next day we went to Campeche. Campeche is an old Spanish > colonial town on the gulf coast. The Spaniards were getting pretty > fed up with pirates attacking the place all the time (one rampage > lasted several months!) so built thick walls around the town with a > couple ...
... to stay another night if we didn't have to. Looking around town we found a nice little cafe away from the zocalo, where we enjoyed an anniversary dinner of burritos, followed by an ice cream. We sat in the zocalo for a while, watching local life pass by and then returned to our room, showered and relaxed, watching a couple of episodes of Merlin before trying to get some sleep in the heat of the night.
Wed 14th ...
... and signaling to someone and a minute later a man came flying across the street asking us if we wanted to rent it. For 200 pesos we had the cart for an hour and decided that the most fun would be to fly up and down the waterfront. It was a bit hairy, because we were right in amongst the traffic that was traveling much faster than we were but the drivers were very courteous and gave us plenty of room. Jess and I travelled in the forward facing seats while ...
... the historic Hotel Castelmar, just inside the old city wall. The hotel was built as an army barracks in 1800--we were lucky to have an 'officer's' room with a balcony, on the upper floor! (The rooms on the main floor had no windows.) To get an overview of the city, we caught a tram that took us through the narrow streets, pointing out five important, old churches, monuments, sculptures, and some of the new, modern buildings (city ...