Gamma de Fiesta Americana Monterrey Gran Hotel Ancira

Address: Ocampo 443, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 64000, Mexico | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Ocampo 443, Monterrey, is near Museo de Artes Populares.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsGamma de Fiesta Americana Monterrey Gran Hotel Ancira

          Reviewed by bp10aula5

          Grtuas Of Bustamante

          Reviewed Jul 7, 2015
          by (18 reviews) , Mexico Flag of Mexico

          An experience on high An experience on high and live with people so friendly and sympathetic

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Gamma de Fiesta Americana Monterrey Gran Hotel Ancira

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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          Browsing in the Bosque

          A travel blog entry by maryvcontrary on May 31, 2015

          16 photos

          ... park in the central garden. The highlight of the museo is The Two Fridas by Frida Kahlo being housed there.

          Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo
          This museum is free to all and houses changing exhibitions. When we went it contained a fantastic exhibition by artist Francis Alys exploring the politics of borders across water such as between Spain-Morocco and U.S.A-Cuba.

          Game of thrones.

          A travel blog entry by khaikhai on May 08, 2015

          ... and SG is asleep. I felt so bitterly lonely. My room just felt so empty. If my shadows could talked to me, that would have been good enough. And I dread the fact that I had to face Friday, Saturday and Sunday like this. Being heartbroken worsens the situation by thousand folds. And momsie calls everyday. It is a good thing but she worries too much. Which could get a little bit frustrating. But still I appreciate the calls. And my heart weakens hearing her voice. I knew that voice. It was ...

          On the way home......

          A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Sep 29, 2014

          ... as the taxi driver dropped us off to the Delta check in at Cancun airport - well ahead of our scheduled departure time! Our relaxed feeling turned to anger when the check lady told us we would have to go to a different terminal because even though we booked a Delta flight, it was co-chair with Air Mexico. Thinking we had arrived early to ensure we weren't placed in the crappiest seats on the plan (literally as ...

          Mexico City, the beginning..

          A travel blog entry by hannahcarl252 on Oct 08, 2013

          2 comments, 15 photos

          ... location behind the Cathedral & not far from the centre.
          On Wednesday we booked on a tour to see the Aztec archaeological sites and Teotihuacan, the Pyramids of Mexico (different from the Egyptian pyramids that are pointed, these are flat topped & were not occupied but used solely as a temple). The largest pyramid is the Pyramid of the Sun - 64 metres high if I remember correctly.. Guess what? We had to climb to the top didn't we!!
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          Mexico Day 6: San Angel

          A travel blog entry by b.d.gibbens on Mar 09, 2013

          Caught 3 connecting subway lines then a quick bus to arrive at the San Angel zocalo. As it was Saturday the San Angel art markets were on full display in the beautiful floral gardens. Quite expensive pieces of art, which makes sense as this is a very wealthy area. There was a strong Spanish influence with the architecture. Most essential properties were in large compounds, where you couldn't see the full property from the street. ...