Casa Inn Celaya

Address: Ave. Juan Jose Torres Landa 202, Celaya, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 38010, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ave. Juan Jose Torres Landa 202, Celaya, is near Don Quixote Iconographic Museum (Museo Iconografico del Quijote).
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    Travel Blogs from Celaya

    A long journey...

    A travel blog entry by meelimtravels on Sep 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... take the second class. Although we were hesitant, he said he'd help us get to the Estacion de Autobus Segunda Clase (second class bus station). He spoke fluent Spanish so we were more than happy to accept his help! We boarded the second class bus and thanked Joel for his help. The bus was relatively full with a shady character on board. We felt a little uncomfortable but just tried to sleep while the roads were paved in the city. ...

    Xx - Mexico is a very interesting place...........

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Feb 09, 2014

    Mis Estimados Compadres,
    Amigos y Compañeros.

    Mexico is an interesting place, unlike boring Canada..... See article below on how self protection groups, called vigilantes, are fighting a war with organized crime cartels,
    that the Mexican police and army are reluctant to fight...

    Mexican Vigilantes Enter Key City in Michoacán StateVigilantes Aim to Take Control of City from Organized ...

    Xx - The Real Mexico...

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Jan 31, 2014

    5 photos

    ... far from the sea, and the hot weather..
    The real Mexico is in the interior of Mexico, high in the mountains, a Mexico with a very temperate climate and weather - not the hot, humid climate and weather
    that the Canadians and Americans imagine Mexico to have..

    Cities in Mexico that are not on the coast and the seaside,
    but are in the interior of Mexico - on the high plateau between the Sierra Madres East
    and ...

    Monarch butterflies - a dream come true

    A travel blog entry by mistytravels on Jan 20, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    Three buses later and we were finally in Michoacan in the Mexican central highlands. Musicians hopped on and off the bus to play some tunes, vendors selling all sorts of food: jelly with fruits, crisps with the Mexican "accessorie" to ANYTHING edible - lime and hot sauce, "tortas" - a sort of sandwhich with various fillings, and more...

    My prejudiced mind was slightly surprised at how smooth the bus-rides ...

    XXMeeting people I know in San Miguel...

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Dec 31, 2013

    ... strangers, that talk to me in Vanier
    are hookers trying to bum cigarettes off of me
    or wanting a lite for their cigarette or wanting to know if I have any dope to sell.
    I think that they are just using it as a conversational ice breaker
    to see if I am interested in their services or maybe want me to be their pimp..
    Vanier is a little bit of a seedy place,
    that has a large French and a large native community,
    and is know for its crime... That is what I ...