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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... only had direct buses to where I wanted to go leaving at 3am the next morning… Changed my plans, and got a bus from that big town to an even bigger town hoping that would increase some my options.
Arrived to a place called Tampico in the northern part of the Veracruz province, which had also been a little notorious for Cartel and the transportation of drugs into the northern part of the country. Naturally I didn’t particularly want to hang around there, but at ...
... of the Spanish conquistadors in the 15th Century onwards, colonising and seizing power from the natives drastically re-shaping the region in a more European style, still very much in evidence to this day. Spanish is of course the primary language spoken here although many Mayan dialects are also still in use particularly in more rural areas. Christianity too (Largely Catholicism) has made its way over here and perhaps ...
... on hold now for a few weeks as we have the next lot of “partials” coming up. But I think the idea is to escape the weekend they finish which will be at the end of the month. There is a lovely looking place next to Acapulco but it seems quite hard to find decent hotels there so we may end up in Acapulco…..not ideal but as it is just a weekend escape I guess I will cope! ...
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... problems of poverty and overcrowding were made worse by the economic crisis in the 1990s and crime was on the rise again. The authorities recognised that something had to be done.
They brought in one Rudi Giuliani, former New York mayor, to set out a plan to reduce crime in Mexico City. It seems to have worked as today it feels relatively safe walking around; at least in the centre of town.
The city's old, turn of the century architecture ...