- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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Travel Blogs from Veracruz
... bought a hat (because the sun was baking me), and walked out on a very windy pier.
That was about it for my first day. I decided to write before it got too late since I think I'll be very sleepy very early this evening. I'm now going to head out in search of a seafood dinner and will check-out the ballet folclorico in the zocalo on my way. Time to see a little more of Veracruz's beauty...
Muy buenas noches a todos! (Have a great evening!)
... deciding that we will go see it tomorrow (not knowing that it's only a Tuesday or Friday night deal). Steph crashes out on the bed. I go down to scope out tour prices. $500 pesos ($US 42)for a day trip to Teotehuacan, $450 pesos ($US 37) for the wrestling. **** that! I'll organise both myself. I book us both in for the free walking tour the next day.
Walking tour was pretty sweet. We see the church, an art museum and some ruins that are currently ...
... we could board. Our flight took 2 hours and by 3.30 we were in Guayaquil. Here we had to collect our bags and rechekin for our next leg of our trip. We then waited at the airport for another couple of hours, during which my name was called over the loud speaker and I had to go down to the behind the scenes baggage area to have a random bag check. Finally we were able to board our flight which took us ...
... here!!! That didn’t seem to slow us down but later we hit some kind of traffic jam that snaked all the way up a mountain and delayed us by about 2 ½ hours…….we eventually got home around midnight. Needless to say I didn’t make it to my 8.30am spinning class on Monday morning! But it was such a lovely relaxed weekend it was worth it. I am feeling better this week ...
... I ended up going to Zona Rosa instead as I haven't seen the place the last time I was here in Mexico City. I took the train from Jamaica and alighted at Insurgentes, changing from the green to the pink line. Geez, the metro station was confusing! Loved the vibe of Zona Rosa. Just went window shopping, bought souvenirs at the Mercado de Artesanias, and then gave in to my Western cravings for coffee (Starbucks) and ...