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 Larga, Playa Blanca, and Playa Principal (Playa del Puerto).
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      Travel Blogs from Dolores Hidalgo

      One Great Museum

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jan 28, 2015

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      The Anthropological Museum in Xalapa (an otherwise unremrkable town) s reckoned to be the second best in Mexico - after the national museum in Mexico City. And that might well be true, but the day we visited the National Museum it was very crowded (being a free of charge entry day for Mexicans, if not for us) and not having enough descriptive material in English.
      Xalapa. on the other hand, we had almost entrely to ourelves and a ...

      Dolores Hidalgo

      A travel blog entry by bubblecuffer on Nov 14, 2014

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      We spent 2 days here, and it was much to our liking. Just about the right size, nice architecture and parks, a small mercado a couple blocks from our hotel, very good inexpensive authentic local food, a small river running thru town, right near our hotel. The town is redoing several major streets, providing wide sidewalks, clearly providing for future increasing tourism. Lots of beautiful talavera pottery. Here are some ...

      Back to our favourite!

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

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      ... on the edge of a cliff with spectacular views. A place like this at home would be beyond expensive but here in El Salvador the most expensive thing in the menu was only about $30 and most were under $20. We were waiting for the bus there when a ute pulled over and gave us a lift there in the tray, so there we were rocking up to a flash restaurant in the back of a ute to start the night! We got there before sunset to give ourselves plenty of time ...

      Getting a Bit More Colonial

      A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal on Dec 04, 2010

      49 photos

      ... working on their tourism certificates and would like to know if they could take us on a tour of the area, for free, during which they would take turns explaining while video taping their spiels.
      They were very sweet, but this tour, including no English at all, went on for over 3 hours. Cheryl enterptreted the heroic stories of this and that for me as best as possible with her malo Espanol, but I think I got most of it. ...

      Relaxation, Yoga & Temazcal - Jalco to Apazapan

      A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Feb 10, 2010

      9 photos

      ... on the wires, donkeys, dogs, chickens, roosters, colorful houses, the colorful cemetery and local crafts.

      We returned to Esprit for lunch about 12:30 p.m. Today we had pasta salad, watermelon water, bagels with peanut butter and cookies. We were given the option of what section of river to run, either the class III-IV Pescados section of the Antigua or the class II-III Antigua section of the Antigua. Marlo and Dawn decided to do ...