BEST WESTERN Ne Kie Hotel

Address: Ave. Tecnologico No. 2661 , Tepic, Pacific Coast, 63173, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ave. Tecnologico No. 2661 , Tepic, is near Playa Carrizalillo, Playa Lo De Marco, Cuyutlan, and Mexcaltitan.
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    Travel Blogs from Tepic

    The Northern Route Through Mexico

    A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 31, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... though. Just as we thought we were clear sailing, up comes a local police cruiser with 4 cops in it. Why they need 4 cops in one car is beyond me. On goes the siren, of course the lights are on as they drive with them on all of the time, and over we go at the nearest place we can get to the side of the road. Out comes one of the gendarmes with ticket book in hand and comes to the window, Pete rolls it down, and the copper extends his hand in a greeting. I wonder ...

    Final preparations before going to Puerto Vallarta

    A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 23, 2013

    ... French vocabulary comparison chart between France and Quebec. Indeed, we are doing this so that he would have greater resources when coming to giving his students a cultural background on the francophony. We don't know how long it will be but it is necessary as many expressions have different meanings in Quebec and in ...

    A Canadian at the Mexican nation celebration party

    A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 09, 2013

    ... Mexico" or "Ritual Ceremony of the Voladores" on Youtube if you wan to see what it looks like. Basically, it is people dancing and limbing a 30 meter pole while coiling a rope around it. At the top, they will seat on a square structure while one will play the flute and 4 people will then launch themselves tied with ropes around one or their two feet until they reach the ground. It comes from tribes such as the Nahua and the Otomi and it is ...

    Mexico200

    A travel blog entry by lcridd on Jul 01, 2012

    1 comment, 158 photos

    ... of coffee into the other pot. This requires a person to be awake as it is possible to pour boiling water on your hands – I learned this the hard way. Then at last after the boiling coffee has cooled you can drink it …and eat it. It feels a little bit like eating coffee because it is a mug of thick, black sludge. This is because to the filter lets most of the coffee grounds get through and into the mug.

    I love this coffee and ...

    Over the mountains and to the east.

    A travel blog entry by payukawa on Nov 11, 2011

    During our drive down the west coast of mexico we've stopped in some interesting places but mostly at gas stations and areas outside of the city.

    On today's drive we stopped in Mazatlan to get gas, money and food. And the food was incredible. From this little outdoor stand/not sure how to describe it (a room size building with "patio" seating) I had the especial. This consisted of shredded beef and pork with lettuce, avacado, salsa, and two types of cheese on a great tasting ...