Econo Lodge

908 Washington Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 54220, United States | 2 star hotel
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Day 43 - Ferry Ride- SS Badger

A travel blog entry by sarrdh


Motorcycle: 9 miles The S.S. Badger departs at 2:00pm so we have a little time to relax this morning. An antique shop is next to the motel so we peruse inside. A few things grab our interest, but we know we are packed tight! Next we take a ride to the docks and recon the area. The ferry ride is four hours long and provides entertainment, bingo, …

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by erinsue


... Reyes (Altar of Kings). Augustín Iturbide's (1838) tomb is here.

Sagrario Metropolitano build in 1740-68 is the most extravagant of all Churrigueresque facades. In front of the Cathedral there are glass panels that allow you to see remains of the Temple of the Sun of Tenochtitlán, on the site on which both churches were built.

Templo Mayor- Exact spot where the eagle was sighted on the cactus. It is the largest surviving relic of Tenochtitlán. The original ...


A travel blog entry by erinsue


... I. Ramirez. It used to lead to a main ceremonial center in the town called Quilaztli. The Spanish destroyed this and replaced it with the San Bernardino de Siena Church. This church was founded by Martin de Valencia. Evangelization was undertaken here by Martin de Valencia with a number of others known as the first 12 Franciscans in Mexico. Martin de la Cruz wrote the Aztec Herbal Book. This is the oldest book on medicine written on the ...


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Established 100 BC, name means "birthplace of the Gods". The Aztecs believed the Gods created the universe here. City reached its peak in AD 450. The collapse of the city shows that burning was limited to the ruling class buildings and they centered on major civic structures along the Avenue of the Dead. This is the internal uprising theory for why the city collapsed.  They practiced human sacrifice. Avenue of the Dead- City's broad central avenue. Built in 100 AD, there ...


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Lies adjacent to the alleged birthplace of Quetzalcótl, the Aztec serpent God. It's a magical mountain hideaway, with 8 chapels. When developers wanted to build a golf corse, heliport on top of the mountain, and other things, the townspeople revolted and ran the city government out of town by hanging the officials in 1994. It is a major Náhuatl center and a mecca ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 908 Washington Street, Manitowoc, is near Lincoln Park Zoo, Rahr-West Museum and Mansion, and Rogers Street Fishing Village.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Manitowoc

    Reviewed by sarrdh


    Reviewed Aug 28, 2013
    by (22 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Nothing special...

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Manitowoc

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good