Hotel Emporio Zacatecas

Avenida Hidalgo No. 703, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Hidalgo No. 703, Zacatecas, is near Rafael Coronel Museum (Museo Rafael Coronel), Cathedral, La Quemada, and Museo de Guadalupe.
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    Travel Blogs from Zacatecas


    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Dec 01, 2013

    4 photos

    ... restaurants spread their tables on cobbled streets, churches take a more elaborate turn and wolf-whistles are commonplace. Like some of the other colonial cities in Mexico, Zacatecas is not well known among the mass of tourist and traveling communities that visit this country. You won't find much English spoken here, although local people, restaurants and hotels will be helpful and friendly with any needs you may have (this may or may not apply at the ...

    Zacatecas 2

    A travel blog entry by mtaylor1752 on Apr 09, 2012

    5 photos

    ... sat a a table outside a cafe adjoining the seated audience. An amazing experience listening to a beautiful voice accompanied by a couple of bottle of Shiraz, Brought tears to my ears - it was either emotion or tears of laughter as Jen was dancing in the aisles.
    We were joined by an Irish couple (first English speaking people we have seen) who were a lot of fun. Finished the sight with a cup of corn kernels, mayo, spices from a street stall. Yum

    Cycling days 31-34: Durango to Zacatecas

    A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 20, 2011

    3 comments, 55 photos

    ... list and we’re outta here! We like the peaceful Sunday morning Durango much more than the hustle and bustle of the city now. Durango was the nicest city we’ve visited so far, but we are happy to be back on the road. A wide shoulder for slower traffic (us! :) makes the ride pleasant. We pass endless fields of golden straw, grazing cows, and curious burros. Time flies by and we take only a couple short breaks before ...

    The Full Monty

    A travel blog entry by helen-sean on Nov 21, 2009

    8 photos

    ... prepared Sean cooked chicken for 13 people and all manner of goodies and wine were brought to the table. A truly travelling community event - Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

    All in all we love Zacatecas, thanks to Peggy, Ernesto, Carl, Diana, Ben, Jonathon, Al, Polish Peggy and Paul and their weird alien drinking game, the 2 Hectors and the Cruz Azul boys.


    Zacatecas: Live To Fight Another Day

    A travel blog entry by skiphunt on Sep 07, 2009

    ... curves with no shoulder at all. The only problem is that this road is congested with buses, cars, semi-trucks, and local motorbikes. You’re constantly leap-frogging around blind curves or doomed to crawl at a snail’s pace behind a semi truck inhaling huge plumes of diesel exhaust as you climb up and up. Imagine you’re focused on the road curves and obstacles while managing as best you can… trying not to ...