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

Hola to Mexico

A travel blog entry by aidanellis9

... and it was freezing cold. Another 1 and half hours to renya sisters house who lives outside of Mexico City in which I was told she lived in the centre. Metro. Hanging twice train local vAn then taxi then car ride from renya brother In law and u was finally at my destination 28 hours after leaving dans house in Honolulu. I was met by a beautiful little boy and girl and renya sister. I proceeded to my qrlittle room and was relieved to have my passport in the sun. Beautiful ...

Mexico City, Beers, Dirt, and Traffic

A travel blog entry by andycrandy


... a distinct color as well. Let’s just say pistachio won’t be my first choice. I have to try it again to make up my mind on whether I enjoy it or not.

I had a great time in Mexico City. I never felt lost or in danger. I didn’t get my pockets picked. I met some really cool people and learned some new bad words. So you can always chalk that up as a win. I hope to return soon and hang out with these new friends ...

Lunch at Grandys

A travel blog entry by tiffmass


Yesterday we what a huge day. First we travelled to Frida Carlos house where she lived with her husband who was one of Mexico's most famous artists. We then got the privilege of going to Pattis mums house (Grandy) for lunch. Her house is without a doubt the most amazing house I have ever seen. It was like we time travelled to old Mexico. She has the most amazing artefacts and her house is HUGE. Se is such a beautiful lady, she had organised a ...

Couple of days in the big city

A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah

... So fresh, so tasty.

Day 2 involved navigating public transport towards (……) and getting a local bus towards Teohuantepec. Successful use of public transport in a foreign metropolis is always good for morale, and we were soon bumping along past colourful hillside barrios (complete with political graffiti and which looked rather like the stereotypical dodgy Mexcio City) and then into the countryside and run ...

Guadalupe Shrine and Teotihuacan

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica


... day Mexico City). It is estimated that the Aztecs made 20,000 – 250,000 each year.



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