- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lois Veracruz
Travel Blogs from Veracruz
... lacking potable water to Mexico's main port and entry and exit point for trade with Europe and the Caribbean. Veracruz has seen its share of hardship, having been invaded many times. My favorite thing at the museum was a panorama of a pirate attack on the city by a pirate named Lorencillo. I'll post one of the photos. Hilarious.
After the museum, my brain needed a break after reading so much information en espanol. My brain ...
... detail of the ruins although no big climb. Then on to the obsidian factory to see replicas being made (didn't buy any even under pressure!) and learn about the famous maguey cactus and it's uses for the natives not the least tequila and other sweet liqueurs from the honey water produced by the plant. One sample enough although Cathy tells us that you need to drink tequila in order to see the buildings straight, if you get my drift. Back to the city and we did ...
... quoted the scripture at the beginning of this email and proceeded to "equip" me for "every good work". Yep, SHE was a fabulous dancer! And I've never met a sister who could lead so well! Yeah I did dance with a couple of brothers, but she was better ;-)
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A big hug to you all and may Jehovah continue blessing you in your life and your service! ...
... deeper water to snorkel……so much for sunbathing on sandy beaches! But we had some fun and the breeze aboard the boat was so refreshing after the humidity in Veracruz.
Later we whiled away the rest of the afternoon in an airy beachside bar drinking margaritas or piņa coladas and swimming in the sea. That evening we headed for a fish restaurant that the others ...
... all over with bunches of herbs. People were lining up to have it done. People selling all different kinds of crafts and food, kites flying, music from all kinds of bands and the organ grinders who are everywhere in the city. One evening walking back to the hotel there was a whole orchestra performing Motzarts requiem with the most amazing singers to hundreds of people – it was wonderful standing in the cool breeze listening to the music with kites flying above ...