Gran Hotel Campestre

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

Anahuacalli

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 17, 2015

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... new Rockerfeller Centre. They contacted Picasso and Matisse but both turned the job down as they didn't want their artistic freedom to be compromised. Rivera did the job but in his own way, including an image of Lenin. This little addition was not ideal for one of the world's most iconic capitalist families of all time. After Rivera politely but firmly declined to edit the painting and remove Lenin, the mural was eventually taken down. The volcanic rocks ...

An amazing trip in Italy

A travel blog entry by kavarisa on Jun 05, 2015

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... some restaurant of pizza, when we finish to eat we are going by bus to the villa Borghese that pork is diferen to the Hyde Park or the Central Park because is the perfect convination between the nature and the art of Rome there you can see buildings, scultures, monuments of famous artista of diferent ages then we are going to the hotel named quirinale for the next day.

Day three:
At the next day we wake up at ...

Back in the first world...

A travel blog entry by nhall15 on Apr 13, 2015

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We re again reconnected to the world... Mobile phones and Internet! We are so lucky to live in our world... Our last lunch in Cuba was at our favourite restaurant again... They opened an hour earlier for us... Glad to be back online... Hope everyone is good... Off to New York in the morning... 5am start! Love to all ...

Metro on our own?

A travel blog entry by laurapayne on Nov 03, 2014

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... the other passengers. We took it both ways to the Centro Historico. We were heading to the Palacio Nacional but upon arrival we found itt surrounded by barriers. We met a rural Mexican protester who told us in English that the Government was his enemy. We didn't stay but did not feel threatened even though the police were in riot gear and a pile of riot shields were on one corner. Barry tried to get me to pose in riot headgear and shield but I deferred!
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Mexicooool

A travel blog entry by brandymole on Oct 04, 2013

2 comments, 22 photos

... that only locals can show you! We started off by sampling a wide arrange of Mexican alcohols; beers, salted beers, tequila (Claro!), more beer and more spirits and the weird, wonderful and varied ways of drinking all of them. Surely the amount of alcohol consumed would go someway to loosening up our very non-Latino hips?? NO! We went to a very lively salsa bar, where, in spite of the best efforts of some very tolerant ...

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