Ocean View Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Campeche
... filling in some blanks. The bus driver waved at every single bus or truck that passed. It was driving us mad haha They played frozen on the bus first, then a baseball true story. We had Philadelphia cream cheese on crackers for our first snack haha going to be a long day! Saw a truck over turned on the side of the road, and lots of police. It's funny how many different federal police I've seen. Big black jet plains at the Oaxaca ...
The thing about Cameche is that it is one of those places listed by UNESCO and you can immediately see why. Similar to Merida, the streets are laid out in a grid formation with all the properties painted various lively shades that are extremely attractive. Apparently the local authority will paint your house and replace your doors and windows when necessary so as to keep the buildings all in this traditional style. Of course, you have to submit ...
... it being pillaged. This was only discovered 4 years ago. Clever Franciscans. The town has rebuilt its wall which had been demolished in places when cars became popular and it now has it's sea gate and land gate back. Had a drink in the cantina where everyone who came in by the land gate used to converge to quench their thirst. Very earthy. The houses are very pretty and painted beautiful ...
... eggs arrived eventually accompanied by a mound of cold rice and swimming in black bean sauce. About the only thing that was hot was the pile of tortillas that also came with the breakfast.
After a short walk around the market we returned to the hotel, checked out and took a taxi to the bus station. We were catching the midday bus to Campeche. We had booked seats online for the first class bus and waited in an “executive” lounge ...
Palenque has a reputation as a magnificent ruin (as it were) and this reputation is well deserved. Where we are staying at El Panchan is right at the entrance to the park containing the ruins. We walked to the entrance to El Panchan and jumped in a colectivo to take us the 2km to the actual ruins. We settled in for the ride and went all of 20 metres before stopping again. First you have to buy an armband (25 pesos) which appears to be a park ...