Hotel Clara Luna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to be reset. We didn't want to stay in the room so we went for a walk towards the Zocalo square. There were still people everywhere and the closer we got to the square the more people we saw. There was also the sounds of live music and drums carrying through the air. Once we got to the square we noticed that something was surely going on, the entire square was filled with people and there was a stage set up with bands playing. We ...
... they we like a dollar a piec so we order about a dozen . needless to dsay they were delicious - served with chile peppers on corn tortillas. Apparently lebanes settled in Mexico and brought this form of preparing food with them, I have not seen these in the states- but I'll keep searching. Next day off to ...
... 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 ...
... feeling to stay there. In the top of the piramides. The piramide of the sun and moon....
To recommendate. Buy a guide. The are professional. It costs but you will get so much historical facts here and get opportunity to make own questions.
We had a car but the busses seems to work fine from the Mexico FD too they say.
... 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,