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A Travel Blog by katertot1978
... reverberates throughout my being. "Wouldn't it be nice to sip a warm cup of atole as you people watch in Guadalajara's main plaza?" "But you haven't learned yet about the ancient peoples who inhabited La Quemada!" And then there's the clincher- "You mean ...
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A Travel Blog entry by elguiquejake from San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica
... a tourist would want is within ten blocks. The Museo de Jades, Museo de Oro, National Museo, Mercado Municipal, the main shopping streets. The restaurant has an outdoor, cigar friendly seating area, so one can sit back and watch the world go ...
A Travel Blog entry by casebrownfamily from La Serena, Chile
... was well presented, lots of modern shops, an artesian market. We stopped and had a coffee. We made our way to the main Plaza where there was a hige crowd gathered around about 4 young men who were performing some spectacular Rap dancing. Around the plaza ...
A Travel Blog entry by marshaonthemove from Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico
... to live the plaza life just like we had in Mexico City. When out exploring the streets, we found ourselves coming back to the main plaza several times in one day. We walked to visit some markets and Mezcal shops, then came back to the plaza to enjoy some ...
A Travel Blog entry by jimstephkrueger from Santiago, Chile
... were finished we headed back to the hotel to drop off our things and then proceeded downtown to the Plaza de Armas. This main plaza in the center of town was the site where weapons were stored in the mid-1500's. Now you can have your shoes ...
A Travel Blog entry by meggie0315 from Cusco, Peru
... of the little shops. Finally I stopped to buy some postcards. I sat on the steps of the big Cathedral in the main plaza to write them. As I was writing them, merchants and people dressed in traditional clothes came to ask if I wanted to ...
A Travel Blog entry by nathanphil from Fondi, Lazio, Italy
... with a busy main road and kids getting off from school. But Fondi does have some treasures of its own: its main plaza, rather than facing a church like most do, is facing a beautifully preserved castle. The Fondi castle is not built in ...
A Travel Blog entry by lucky.speed from Santiago, Chile
... like... the only australian in a city full of chileans. Wandered around for awhile, only had half a day so went to the main plaza - Plaza del Armas. Sat at the fountain put my bag and compact camera down ... got robbed ... went and looked at the ...
A Travel Blog entry by ardnopes from Acancéh, Mexico
... in the smallish town of Acancéh (ah-khan-kay), which is a not-particularly-notable town except there is a Mayan pyramid on the main plaza. And another behind that. And a third three blocks away. These aren't particularly big pyramids, or ...
A Travel Blog entry by dlmnimrod from Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany
... some back and forth and asking directions we did find it and had a snack and beer. More walking and we found the huge main plaza with all sorts of trinket vendors who vied for our attention. The route to the restaurant, due to construction, had a ...
A Travel Blog entry by markandjade from Trujillo, Peru
... pretty crap with a saggy bed and no fan or aircon. Still it was cheap and ok for 1 night. We walked around to the main plaza, seems every town in South America has one, which is really nice and big, surrounded by brightly colored buildings and a church. ...
A Travel Blog entry by sfrtw from South Plaza Island, Santa Fe Island, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
... up at the main gathering place with our life jackets on. Then everyone piled into the two dinghies and we headed to South Plaza Island. As we approached the landing, we were greeted by sea lions, small iguanas and bright red crabs. We ...
A Travel Blog entry by mattyjordan from South Plaza, Galápagos, Ecuador
We woke up this morning in a Chanel with north plaza island to our right and south plaza island to our left which would be our morning visit activity. Is island is renowned in the Galapagos for its massive population of sea lions and land iguanas. Before ...
A Travel Blog entry by moealthani from Plaza de Mulas, Mendoza, Argentina
... routes on the north-west face. Our target over the next three days would be to trek up to base camp at Plaza Argentina and begin acclimatising ourselves. The key was to alternate ascents and descents to trick our bodies into producing more red blood ...
A Travel Blog entry by willing3 from Offenbach am Main, Hessen, Germany
... to us, we boarded the bus where we went on a tour of inner Frankfurt. Oh my Lord she took us to the Römerplatz, which is a plaza in the middle of town. When we walked into the plaza I had tears in my eyes, it was exactly how I had dreamt. I have ...
A Travel Blog entry by bruceontour from Havana, La Habana, Cuba
... and windows, grilles and huge gates with thick pillars are usual elements in these houses. http://www.oldhavanaweb.com/squares/plaza_de_la_catedral_cathedral_square.html Dominated by two unequal towers and framed by a theatrical baroque facade designed ...
A Travel Blog entry by bruceontour from Havana, La Habana, Cuba
... century, when the colonial governor, then housed in the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, used the site to conduct military exercises. Today's plaza, along with most of the buildings around it, dates from the late 1700s. In the center of the square, which is ...
A Travel Blog entry by greekcypriot from Athens, Attiki, Greece
... a computer with internet access and a printer available next to the reception but most of the time there was somebody working on it. PLAZA LOUNGES: We had three times a coffee-break at this cozy café in the lobby. Coffee comes with homemade dessert and ...
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