Hotel Plaza Campeche

Address: Calle 10 126 Esquina Circuito Baluartes, Campeche, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, 24000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle 10 126 Esquina Circuito Baluartes, 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

      Palenque, Campeche

      A travel blog entry by panzaverde on Jun 20, 2012

      ... We spent the night in Palenque township in a weird dorm room at a > hotel. It was an isolated large room on the roof with no windows, 12 > single beds, and no other guests. > > The next day we went to Campeche. Campeche is an old Spanish > colonial town on the gulf coast. The Spaniards were getting pretty > fed up with pirates attacking the place all the time (one rampage > lasted several months!) so built thick walls around the town with a > couple ...

      ¿Donde estamos?!

      A travel blog entry by k.griffin on Jan 28, 2012

      ... at the local churches and plazas and sinking back into the doing nothing feeling I had cultivated so well in Mazunte. A visit to the Malecon, the seafront, with my book and a coffee, was just what the doctor called for after the rather packed few days I had had. Shannon and Martin had also come to Campeche that day, and we met for some delicious tacos de pollo con frijoles before peeling off to an early night´s sleep, much needed after the previous night!


      Sleepy, pretty Campeche

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 29, 2011

      8 photos

      ... meal and watched the passing parade of Campeche life. On our ride around the waterfront on our wee electric cart we had spotted a park that had some interesting equipment, including swings you could lie down on. Georgie was particularly keen to go back and give them a try. Sure enough there were three swings that you could lie down on so Jess, Georgie and Maggie all had a turn. As the girls were getting off so some other children could have a turn we noticed ...

      Campeche and the Ruins of Edzna

      A travel blog entry by noalarmclocks on Jan 12, 2011

      6 comments, 57 photos

      ... Built in 1771, it was the ultimate in defensive technology. The curved, narrow entrance path, prevented attacks from a battering ram, it had a drawbridge and moat filled with skin-searing lime, and had massive walls topped with turrets. Once the fort was completed, the violent pirates sieges that plagued the city for generations, ended. The fort now holds an impressive collection of beautiful pre-Columbian Maya artifacts from around ...


      A travel blog entry by emmab on Dec 21, 2009

      ... come to Campeche. He was leaving that night to go back to Playa del Carmen.
      I had been sick that day so ordered soup and lemonade which calmed my empty stomach before we exchanged emails and parted ways. Ayumi and myself had booked tickets to the Light and Sound show which the guy at the tourist office had told me was "very important". It was entirely in Spanish but I gathered it was about the pirate history of Campeche, and involved loads of ...