Hotel Clara Luna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... site and inside in the museum had English subtitles. The Spanish destroyed the Templo Mayor site as part of the destruction of local institutions.
The southern half of the site was dedicated to Huitzilopochtli, the god of war; the northern half, to Tlaloc, the rain god. The museum was well laid out with decent [perhaps a little dark] lighting. Many of the masterpieces from the site have been moved inside for preservation. I spent a full 2H in ...
... were no goats. It looked like any Greyhound or Trailways bus in the US. In fact, it was better because it didn’t have that chemical toilet stink that so often permeates tour busses at home. When the engines started, screens folded down from the ceiling and the movie Bride Wars, dubbed into Spanish, started playing.
I settled into my seat to watch the scenery go by. Wait, were those holes in the windshield? I hoped they’d been made by flying rocks, and not bullets.
... 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 ...
... 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,
... building, presumably so his co-workers could have some with their morning coffee.
I walked down Francisco Madero. There’s a taco stand on the corner of Calle Motolinia called Rico’s which was doing a roaring trade with the locals so I stopped there for breakfast. I ordered a Taco Carne con Queso (meat taco with cheese). No plastic gloves for these guys – they were massaging the meat and flipping the tacos with their bare hands. If I can eat this ...