Posada San Martin

304 Av. Juarez, Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Day 44 - Markets and tacos

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... boardies to go to the beach. Once again it was really hot and humid and we had been sweating our asses off walking around the market. On the way back to the beach we bumped into Nick, the guy who served us drinks yesterday, we thought his bill was way too expensive for what we had consumed so we told him we were going for a walk and we'd be back. Yesterday while we were drinking at Nicks spot on the beach a man ...

Veracruz : Staying with Hosts

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe

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... around the seaside. It was very nice view with the citylights shimmering on the sea! There were lots of hotels, malls, clubs, pubs, restaurants and a couple of casinos. We dropped by Boca del Rio where I saw this warship which was turned into a restaurant. The place is more interesting at night. The fountains
were switched on with lights right in the square. It was dead when I got there in the afternoon.

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Nice to Meet You! + Zócalo + Veracruz

A travel blog entry by amc828

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... without anything to balance it for this kid.

We have to hurry back to Emmanuel's if we want any hope in catching the earlier ADO bus to Veracruz that night. There are many buses that travel throughout the day from city to city, but Emmanuel wanted to take the Platinum or GL line (not the plain ADO bus that the common people take, hahahaah). We leave the restaurant to discover it is POURING rain. The options are to wait it out or just make a run for ...

Beeline for the Border

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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... br> Second was a more casual auto inspection of my car by soldiers on the Mexican side of the hectic traffic-clogged entrance to the border crossing bridge.

Third, on the U.S. side of the bridge American border guards wandered through the dozen lanes of traffic waiting for over an hour to reach the inspectors asking drivers questions. Where did I go? What did I do in Mexico? Do I have alcohol, tobacco, or firearms? At the checkpoint are ...

800 Miles

A travel blog entry by 16states

... the bear peeled out of the median with lights flasing and siren blaring. I thougth for sure he was after me but luckily he flew right past and nicked someone in a car. whew. New Mexico had nice weather, it was cool out. The sun hung low on the horizon behind me, the moutains were a purple hue set againist an orangy-blue sky filled with big puffy clouds. I wish i could have taken some pics while I was riding, it was really nice and made me realize ...

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