Hotel Lopez Campeche

Address: Calle 12 No. 189 entre 61 y 63, Campeche, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, 24030, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 12 No. 189 entre 61 y 63, Campeche, is near Calakmul, Fuerte-Museo San Miguel, Land Gate (Puerta de Tierra), and Baluarte de San Carlos/Museo de la Ciudad.
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    Travel Blogs from Campeche

    Day 65 - Bus journey to Palenque

    A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Sep 08, 2015

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    ... walking around with rifles. Cops sitting in the back of jeep style cars. It's so foreign to see people sitting in the open air in the backs of trucks on the road. Now four hours in, listening to horrowshow and reflecting. It's a cool thing about travelling how you can just let your mind take you where ever it wants to go, and u don't have to snap out of it for any reason. So many random memories are popping into my head. The day ...

    Time on the road....

    A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... learn that millions of years ago the Yucutan peninsula was all one area with much of it under the water level of today. Then it was hit by a meteor and hence why the peninsula is full of limestone caves, the water is crystal clear and many of the rivers have a blue colour - because of the high levels of calcium.
    Recently archaeologists found what is believed to be the oldest skeleton ever found and it is unique because the calcium in the water ...

    Maya temple hopping: Uxmal, Calakmul, etc

    A travel blog entry by chris.wauman on Feb 04, 2013

    31 photos

    ... tourists, you could climb a pyramid (the first of many to come!) and (mostly) because it contained some structures which were not restored and hidden in the forest. I finally understand why these buildings were not found that easily. A restored temple can be seen from a distance, but the one in the foto below, I only discovered when I was already climbing that 'hill'.

    I have to be honoust, there was a second good part of ...

    Orevwa Belize, hola Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Apr 15, 2012

    82 photos

    ... centre of Campeche and was itself a centuries old colonial building. A uniformed doorman ushered us into a huge marble atrium with old masters on the walls, plush furnishings and heavy chandeliers. It put the Holiday Inn to shame.

    We had a quick shower and then found our way, after pausing in the main square to photograph the floodlit cathedral, to a restaurant recommended on the internet, the Luz de Luna. It was quirkily decorated and the food ...

    A jewel in the jungle

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 27, 2011

    14 photos

    ... was a lovely atmosphere at the stall - the stall holders were chatting and laughing and touting for business all at the same time. We had freshly squeezed orange juice, delicious tacos and the hottest of hot sauces we had experienced. Even the young Mexican agreed that it was indeed a very hot sauce. Lucky I had only put on an amount the size of a ten cent piece but even that was enough to scorch my mouth. We went back into the ruins to see what ...