Gran Hotel Campestre

1256 Blvd. Lopez Mateos Ote., Celaya, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 38080, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Celaya

Casa Azul - a dream come true

A travel blog entry by windstrutter


... tickets and were treated so at the very front of the plane.(was it the sauce or the sink I wonder?). I didn't complain and enjoyed sipping my wine and wondered when the three course meal would arrive , delivered by the Captain, when I woke up and we had landed in Mexico City.
After we had disembarked we trudged the soulless (as all ) airport,in order to find a holding locker,as we had until the evening to spend in the city. I think we had decided to focus our attention ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kerriejohnstone


... of Our Lady of Guadalupe had sunk about 1-2m from front to back and was quite obviously noticed when you were walking up hill towards the altar when inside. A new Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe cathedral has been built beside it which seats 11000 people. Apparently 19 million people visit the cathedral every year, 5 million on the 12th December on the day of the Virgin of Guadalope. For which the cathedral ...

The Pyramids tour

A travel blog entry by onighjoy


... 50 steps. I can't imagine doing the trailwalker at this altitude of about 7000 feet above sea level - it would be a killer. One of the coolest things I saw was this demonstration of how they painted the walls of the city using natural ingredients - the white insects cocoons on the cactus when rubbed together became a red paint and then using one of the natural plant stems to paint yellow - the colours were beautiful.


A city of 22 million people

A travel blog entry by katherinelevy


... temple of the moon was a smaller pyramid that looked back across all the ruins, the temple of the sun is the third largest pyramid in the world. We climbed all the way up and then sat and admired the view. After a very dusty long morning at the ruins we headed back to the city and went to the neighbourhood of Frieda Kahle (the artist), Coyacan. It was a very pretty neighbourhood with cobbled streets and colonial buildings. In the evening Silke and I walked round ...

Markets and Museum

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe


... Oaxacan cheese, meant to be lowfat, is stringy and tastes salty.

While eating, I heard this soothing 'flute-like' music. I saw people looking up the sky, then I saw a large pole. Curious, I came close to the pole and saw four colorfully dressed natives hanging upside down, arms stretched, as if in a trance, with a roped tied to their waist from the top of the pole. They are revolving (swinging) around the pole. The rope unwinds ...


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