Hotel Lopez Campeche
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we got up early and sorted out our bags to check out. Then had breaky and went to oxxo for our snacks. We went to the bus station and prepared for our 10 hour bus ride. Today we are travelling with ADO again, they are good. Not Peruvian Cruz de sol standards but still great. Bus left at 8:30am, and ash and I got the very front seats of the bus! Best seats. I practised my Spanish the first 2 hours. Making a list of what I already ...
... withe the menu situation I ordered fried chicken with french fries (very Mexican). The waiter then starting asking me something which I had a bit of difficulty interpreting, until I realised with a few hand signals he was asking if I preferred breast or leg. Getting a bit personal I thought, but decided to go with 'pechuga' which I believe is breast. Not sure if this applies in other situations, but I thought this is not the place to be asking those sort ...
... steps are very steep to walk up and they think that was so you always approached the gods in a manner of supplication. They also had a great plaza in the palace with a pit which allowed the king to intimidate the captured warriors. All very clever stuff. A great way to spend 2 or so hours. Into the van for the drive to Campeche. We stopped for lunch today at a great place which specialized in steak. ...
... in the area) were imaginatively displayed in a jungle setting with jungle sounds, and there were detailed explanations of the Mayan way of life in both Spanish and English.
Chetumal town centre didn’t seem to have too many options for eating on Sunday night. We selected the only restaurant where there were a few other diners and had a fairly good meal of standard fare. We failed completely in our quest for a bar where we could take a ...
... roads. There are a lot of treed park areas, and these are serviced with free WiFi, something unexpected. Campeche reminds us of the fort in St. Augustine in the US. The fort/walls are of the same design, both have moats around them, and both are Spanish! So you can go to St. Augustine and save yourself a flight to Mexico!
This year we have noticed that most of the ...