Hotel Villa Florencia

Boulevard Miguel Aleman, 207, Boca del Rio, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 94293, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Boulevard Miguel Aleman, 207, Boca del Rio, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Boca del Rio

    A soothing place for jangled nerves

    A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Jan 03, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... the sun set as we ate dinner with the entire staff at our disposal.
    Course, when you're in a place rarely used you can't actually expect everything to work perfectly--like hot water in the showers. Or any water, really. Short Bob and I did fine that night, but the next morning tall Bob reported not only no hot water but no water at all. Not in the showers or the sinks--they hadn't turned on the water pumps yet. Oh well.
    Remember TIM. This Is Mexico.

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    Through Mexican roads

    A travel blog entry by pamericas on Jun 30, 2011

    1 photo

    ... appreciated. Please contact us by the e-mail pamericas.brasil@gmail.com if you have questions or if are able to contribute with the Project.

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    Everywhere I planned to go is now flooded

    A travel blog entry by amc828 on Sep 26, 2010

    True story.


    I won't be seeing the southeast portion of Veracruz at this time as the poor thing is flooded, and a bridge has been swept away (or possibly just a road.... either way, can't pass) so I won't be going to San Andrés Tuxtla to check out the cigar capital of México.

    I also just set myself up on couchsurfering.com and I have a feeling it will be my new best friend.

    Anyway, off to bed and back ...

    Pinche toro cochino

    A travel blog entry by lisaviro1981 on Oct 03, 2008

    Our morning departure for Mazatlan was severely delayed when we were kidnapped by some of the new in-laws, a trio of Sinaloan housewives, and taken on a pilgrimage to the town they were born, somewhere in the Sinaloan countryside. "Here," they gestured at a row of white houses in the 300 person hamlet, "lived the rich, and over there," pointing across the river, "the poor. Us!". The houses didn´t look all that different to me ...

    Dustsville

    A travel blog entry by lisaviro1981 on Sep 28, 2008

    ... from my sister´s closet before leaving. Next day was my birthday and I was approporiately serenaded with Las Mañanitas at midnight and hugged and congratulated by my new adopted relatives. The day itself coincided with Margot´s hen night which was unlike any I´d ever experienced in Europe....or that they´d experienced in cosmopolitan Mexico City, the girls whisperedly assured me. Sinaloan hen nights- not a chippendale or ...