Hotel Clara Luna

Address: Av. Avila Camacho No. 42, Jalapa, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on Av. Avila Camacho No. 42, Jalapa, is near San Gervasio Ruins, Central University City Campus, Bahía Concepción, and Dr. Alfredo Barrera Marin Botanical Garden.
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      Travel Blogs from Jalapa

      Mexico Wrap up

      A travel blog entry by k.bramberger on Feb 27, 2013

      ... nice knowing that I have enough confidence in my new body to rock a bikini, yeah!

      Leon is apparently the leather capital of Mexico and I was told that it’s also a major hotspot for shoe shopping. I didn’t need to be told twice. I didn’t make it out to the shoe outlet mall (over 100 shoe stores all in one place!) but I did buy two really cute pairs of shoes when we were wandering around the downtown. This meant that I now totaled 11 pairs of shoes with me on ...

      Last Two Days!

      A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423 on Jul 23, 2012

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... by two large pyramids, one of which is the third highest in the world.

      Within the ruins are two superb museums, one at the entrance and the other next to the Pirámide del Sol. The latter museum houses an impressive large-scale model of the city set under a transparent walkway; the "real" Pirámide del Sol can be viewed through a wall-sized window.

      Photos cannot possibly ...

      Chapter Uno Spehtyo Mexicana!!

      A travel blog entry by elcapitana on Jul 02, 2012


      ... point! Grabbed my red book and showed it to them.. They proceeded to get on their walkie talkies and shout down them for 5 loooong mins. They are all stood in front of these huge old buses so I'm thinking what the hell is going on!! Eventually they all nod at me and shout at me in Spanish and point to the last bus.. The whiskey head insists on carrying my massive suitcase to the bus and asks if I can pay him for the help with a 'besito' kiss.. So I give him kiss on the ...

      I'm finally here!!!

      A travel blog entry by kate.jones on Jan 06, 2012

      8 photos

      ... as this leaves you to have little to do for the remainder of the time spent in a place. Luckily for me there are many more things to see in Xalapa, one only needs to look. I have spent many a day wandering (and by that I mean getting lost and pretending that I know where I am going to avoid stares) and taking in the Mexican way of life.

      Until next time,


      Back in Mex Cty. Flight delayed 10 hrs. The End

      A travel blog entry by joepace on Dec 14, 2011

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... 8216;climbed’ Pacaya, a still active volcano. After 4 days it was time to leave. Terry was going back to Mexico, I was heading south to Honduras. I was told by many tavellers that Guatemala can be dangerous- well, so was Mexico City meant to be – however I had to believe it when on my bus was a guy riding shotgun next to the driver. I couldn’t believe it. Bhal tal cayboys !!!. Thankfully got to our destination …. The Honduras border.