Plaza Colonial Hotel Campeche

Calle 10 Num 15 Col , Campeche, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, 24000 , Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle 10 Num 15 Col , 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

    Maya temple hopping: Uxmal, Calakmul, etc

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

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    ... br> But I'm mostly here to organise an excursion to Calakmul. After some questioning around, the cheapest solution was to rent a car for 2 days (no public transport towards that location and a organized tour cost more). Before leaving, I treated myself on an amazing dinner (as my parents and brother are having dinner with Debby): sopa de lima and panuchos con pollo (small corn tortillas that puff when heated).

    As I ...

    Orevwa Belize, hola Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Apr 15, 2012

    82 photos

    ... but we did have to stop at a number of checkpoints. At a Mexican customs checkpoint we were not delayed for long but at a later army checkpoint all the luggage was examined by officers with sniffer dogs and other officers passed through the bus searching everybody’s hand luggage. Several passengers, mostly young men travelling alone, were required to get off the bus for a more thorough search. When we eventually reached the coast the roads became a ...

    A jewel in the jungle

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 27, 2011

    14 photos

    ... That completed, we resumed our journey and joined the massive throng at the entrance to the ruins. There were buses everywhere, people everywhere, souvenir stalls, food stalls - I wasn't prepared for this. We joined the queue to buy our entrance tickets and smiled to ourselves as we worked our way forward watching people trying various methods for jumping the queue. The most popular method seemed to be standing near the queue staring out into space ...

    Reflections on San Cristobal

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 24, 2011

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    ... the girls set about establishing a creative Christmas spot while Jess and I popped out for a bit more Christmas shopping.  It's a bit of a conundrum, Christmas shopping while you are traveling. Everything you buy has to fit within an acceptable range of size and weight or else your present will not be that welcome. Jewelery  is always a good idea (for me to buy anyway). One night, as we walked through the busiest part of town, the girls were accosted by a ...

    Some Like it Hot

    A travel blog entry by tim_jenny on Sep 03, 2010

    5 photos

    ... street sellers all focused on us as we wandered around.
    The first evening we only had time for a quick wander and a pleasant meal of locally caught fish and plenty of sangria. The next full day Jenny was struck down with Montezuma’s revenge (you don‘t want to know!), it was bound to happen to one of us at some stage. She managed very little just lying in the hotel room moaning about dying or something. That meant I had free reign ...