Fiesta Alamo

Address: Avenida Universidad 100, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 66450, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Monterrey

Amerigo Vespucci's journal

A travel blog entry by rrduran on Oct 06, 2014

... got back home and began thiking, where was I, I had never seen that before either, and the food, it taste good but completely different, there was something hidden we had never thought before, something, but just couldn't figure it out.

Year passed Columbus died, and I wondered, yes, there is something hidden, what is it, an unknown continent, a new one. I called it America, as my name Amerigo still seemed ...

Cancun hotel cab

A travel blog entry by bear28conga on Oct 02, 2014

cancun airport shuttle to hotel zone to reserve our transportation. The finest official airport cab. Official company at Cancun Airport providing cancun transfers Services. Use our great service to get to your hotel in Cancun disco Please visit this awesome site ...

Mexico City Festival

A travel blog entry by veteranroadie on Sep 07, 2014

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... a gig at a festival.
Today's festival was a city celebration in Monterrey Mexico. We arrived two find that we were loading in through mud and were slipping on everything. We could only get so much loaded in because we had to share the stage with other groups. In essence it was similar to a Bonnaroo or Lalapalooza festival. Since we were the headliner for Saturday night, we were the first in and last out. We didn't even take the stage until ...

First Hike in the City of Mountains

A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Aug 13, 2014

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... easy :) The entry fee to the park cost less than 2€, which we split between the three of us.
Chipinque itself is really nice, therefore I'll let the pictures speak for itself.
At around 4pm I was told that my class was cancelled, but the information was a bit unclear, therefore I had no idea if I should go to see ...

Some More Information about My Campus

A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Aug 11, 2014

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... therefore, instead of building a tunnel for the peasants to walk under the road, they decided to build a tunnel for the road so the peasants don't have to walk any steps. You think that’s crazy? Well, I agree, but as I and the other incoming students had to find out very soon, UDEM is not very representative of Mexico. It is a private University where basically only the upper class can afford to study. Every student has to pay approximately 1,000$ per course per semester, ...

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