Hotel Real Plaza
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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... etwa 2 Stunden San Pedro erreichte. Auch diese ehemalige Mienenstadt war zu einer Geisterstadt geworden, nachdem die Arbeiten weites gehend eingestellt worden waren. Es hatte etwas Magisches durch die leeren Gassen zu laufen und ein Ausflug hierher ist durchaus lohnenswert. Ich fand später einen tierischen Begleiter, der mir bis zur Stadt hinaus folgte. Auf dem Rückweg fand ich eine Mitfahrgelegenheit, die mich bis in die Innenstadt von San Luis brachte. ...
... getting an inadvertent tour of the city and probably arriving 2 minutes from where we began. Hey ho!
It was a public holiday, as well as a street performer festival, so the city was packed with Mexican and foreign tourists, making for a brilliant atmosphere through out our time. We indulged in a bit more culture, visiting Diego Rivera's childhood home and the old prison turned city museum. However, we aren't ashamed to admit that 3 main highlights were ...
Rain and an industrial area awaited me on my arrival in San Luis Potosi...bus stations are never the best place to judge a city but it definitely didn't inspire much confidence. What a difference then when I arrived in the beautiful (hostel in the making) home of Moni and Nora and the adorable huesito and Viki, their dogs. Monica, an Italian traveller, and Nora, who's from the huasteca region of Mexico, met through couchsurfing and are now setting up their ...
... go along with the thrill of riding, the trick is to pick your spots. There are some places that are better to lay your bike down than others. Taking into account all the possible things that might be on the road that could mess you up, some more visible than others, as well as drivers coming in the opposite direction (or even behind you), you're always calculating the worse case scenario. If a slip at a certain place means you go over a cliff or smash into an oncoming car or truck, ...
... tense, and the people cowed under a wildly fluctuating economy and currency and a, to me,very confusing political situation. There is a rich colonial history, and an erstwhile time of opulence and aspiration to being the Paris of South America, but also a sad legacy of oppression of the indigenous population, and a tumultuous, but typical for Latin America, political history. The Argentinians seem tough and resilient, and my impressions were obviously only informed by ...