As I mentioned in the previous post, we only had one afternoon, evening, and the next morning in Campeche, Mexico, but we managed to make the most of it and got a lot of walking in.  This city we knew nothing about before arriving really did charm us with the beautiful cobblestone streets, colorful colonial facades, and handsome architecture.  Here are some of the sights from our walks around town during our short visit.
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There were a couple of pedestrian-only streets we really enjoyed walking on.
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Part of the old wall around the city on the Gulf side
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City street near our hotel (on right)
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Mural
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There was a McDonald's in the newer part of the city, but we did NOT go!
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The ubiquitous Beetle
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Pedestrian street in the early evening (too early for the fashionable folks to eat dinner!)
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Park at night
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...and during the day
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The park was decorated for the holidays
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Lots of Christmas decorations in Campeche
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Barry's new woman
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My new man
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Loved the festive pinatas lining some of the streets
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Another great sculpture
Stay tuned!  Next we'll head to walking/bike path along the Gulf of Mexico on Campeche's west side.

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