Fiesta Inn Coatzacoalcos

Address: Blvd Costero 801 Col. Santa Isabel, Coatzacoalcos, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 96538, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Blvd Costero 801 Col. Santa Isabel, Coatzacoalcos, is near El Arco, Piedra Herrada Sanctuary, El Mercado Corona, and Tequila Adventure Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Coatzacoalcos

    San Andreas in Ajijic

    A travel blog entry by ann_diaz on Jun 03, 2015

    I went to see a movie today. The theater was very nice, every bit as nice as the one we go to in the states. the regular price is 50 pesos for 2 people but because it was a 3D movie it was 65 pesos each about $4.25. Still a bargain. It was the movie San Andreas and was very intense! I liked it.

    I'm looking forward to tomorrow when I start volunteering with Operation Feed.


    The Tiangius and Dinner with the guys

    A travel blog entry by ann_diaz on May 27, 2015

    7 photos

    ... off.

    That night we go out as planned with Hal and Thomas. They want to show us a few places, starting with where they live. They call it The Pent/Shack. They have taken a $250 a month place and made it their own. They put $10,000 into it and have an agreement with the owner to keep the rent at $250 for 5 years.

    After the Pent ...

    What's new in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Apr 09, 2015

    138 photos

    ... and everyone seems to have the same problem with waiting.

    So, even though I am feeling impatient and want to get this done today, the clinic and the insurance company seem to be dragging their feet. Maybe they are not, and maybe they are really trying to come to an agreement, I don’t know.

    But, our plans for now, is to head up north in our pick up truck and shop for a slide-in truck ...

    Preview - Dia de Muertos

    A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Oct 26, 2013

    2 comments, 34 photos

    Entrepreneur Diane Pearl and the City of Ajijic organized a day of events leading up the the big Mexican Holiday "Dia de Muertos" later on next week. Diane, her staff and organized Volunteers "The Pearl Girls" not all female, began the day off with a pumpkin carving contest. It was so successful according to my friend (and Pearl Girl) Patti that they had to send out for ...

    Martin Ibarra - Sculptor Magnificat

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 24, 2012

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... Martin's father, Sixto was a very respected Mexican ceramics sculptor who passed along his art to his son Martin.

    Martin, led us into his home/studio but cautioned us in Mexican to close the door so as not to let the chickens, rooster and little chicks out on to the street This place was grass roots Mexican. Deb and I love this, part of the main reason for us coming to Mexico was to explore a new culture and ...