El Relicario De La Patria Hotel

Address: 12 Calzada de los Heroes, Dolores Hidalgo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 12 Calzada de los Heroes, Dolores Hidalgo, is near Anthropology Museum, Playa Blanca, Playa Larga, and Playa Principal (Playa del Puerto).
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      Humidity is Nobody's Friend

      A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Oct 23, 2014

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      Back to our favourite!

      A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Sep 01, 2014

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      So the tricycle was over and it was back to just Lis and I. We were headed back to El Salvador to our favourite spot of the whole trip, El Tunco! We flew into the capital then took a taxi straight down to the beach back to where we had stayed last time, Papaya Lodge. Some of the staff there remembered us from the start of the year and they put us in a private room for a good price because we said we would be staying at least 2 weeks. We met so many ...

      Dolores Hidalgo

      A travel blog entry by cscouv on Dec 23, 2013

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      Took a 30 minute bus ride from San Miguel to DH where they produce and sell the talavera pottery. Hung out in the centro and ate some ice cream, bought some functional pottery - plates, serving platter, hot plates. Lots of beautiful, hand-painted pieces, but many too big (toilets, large vases, planters, etc) to transport home. Town is bustling with many street vendors and produce hawkers. Difficult to shop for pottery with 2 & 5 year ...

      The most difficult drive yet...

      A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal on Dec 04, 2010

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      ... on the rest of the world.
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      My Dad, and friends too, say, "Be really, really careful down there. I'm worried."
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      Rio Alseseca - El Siete to Puente Tablazo

      A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Feb 11, 2010

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      ... rocks on the bed of the water slide. It was a fun run down into a pool followed by a bend to the right and another 5 foot drop.

      Our next few drops were much smaller and required boofs. The creek began to mellow out some as the gradient became less severe. And soon enough we were at the takeout. The section we ran was only about 3 miles in length but took longer due to the scouting, swims and portages. There were about 7 major drops and ...