Gran Hotel Valle De Mexico

Address: Av. 1o. de Mayo No. 15, Naucalpan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 53371, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Av. 1o. de Mayo No. 15, Naucalpan, is near Santa Cruz Zoo, Samaipata/Santa Cruz Road, Parque El Arenal, and Church of Santo Domingo (Iglesia de Santo Domingo).
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Travel Blogs from Naucalpan

Home is Where The Heart Is

A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Mar 09, 2014

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So, where is MY home? The thing is that I've left so many pieces of my heart in so many places that no matter where I go I feel like I'm coming home. I guess the difference is that Mexico has a little piece inside my heart, so this blog is for Mexico!

I had planed this trip to Mexico some months before and thankfully I was all ready to go when two days before my flight my mom called to inform me of the death of my uncle Jorge. After many years of struggling ...

Zocale Tour

A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jan 20, 2013

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... historical square. We popped into the cathedral in Zocalo, an old department store, now hotel, to see a beautiful glass ceiling made by the architect that designed Eiffel Tower (forgot his name) and then onto the market. A great day, tiring and satisfying. I would say this tour was much better than yesterday.

I had 7 tacos today.

Ollie out.



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Guadalupe Shrine and Teotihuacan

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica on Jul 14, 2012

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... reached apeak of about 150,000 inhabitants in 500 AD. Many different groups of people lived in this city. People from the central Maya region lived there from 300- 500 AD. Teotihuacan was known as a major religious site with thousands of temples and shrines.
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Day of the Dead

A travel blog entry by karynina on Nov 02, 2011

Today, Poncho my friend, and got up early and caught the bus to a cemetery near the Bosque de Chapultepec Section 2.

Many people were there with many flowers. Bread, the Pan de Muerte, is sold everywhere and there are food stands all around. Many people flock to the cemeteries on the day of the dead.

Remember, yesterday was All Saint's Day but this is is Also the Day of the Dead for the children. And yesterday ...

Information is Power to Change the World

A travel blog entry by karynina on Oct 11, 2011

So today I had experienced a weird thing. The only class I taught was actually working. I teach only 3 groups of 15-17 kids. I know it is a weird concept for all you teachers in the USA with overcrowded classrooms. But donīt you worry, these 45 or so kids are enough to make you think you had 150 kids.

This is normally my worst class. But it is my best right now. They are very visual. So instead of me talking about a science fair ...