Holiday Inn La Piedad

Km. 2.5 , La Piedad, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 59300, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Piedad

Pyramids, Mexican Wrestling, Aveca and Tacos!

A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Jun 25, 2013

... deciding that we will go see it tomorrow (not knowing that it's only a Tuesday or Friday night deal). Steph crashes out on the bed. I go down to scope out tour prices. $500 pesos ($US 42)for a day trip to Teotehuacan, $450 pesos ($US 37) for the wrestling. **** that! I'll organise both myself. I book us both in for the free walking tour the next day.

Walking tour was pretty sweet. We see the church, an art museum and some ruins that are currently ...

Mexico City is HUGE!

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 06, 2013

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... and the current Mexico. The shield dominates the composition of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, created in 1921 in the rectory of Jose Vasconcelos. On the top left of an open book are the initials of the National Library, and on the right side on the parchment of the National Newspaper Library. The great shield refers to the creative ...

Mexico City the second time around

A travel blog entry by ginjaninja on Oct 05, 2012

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... was extremely loud. Then a Marimba band came along but luckily they didn’t play for us. The lake was very dirty and murky and at one point I spotted a turtle but it turned out to be a **** so I created the game Turtle or **** which was the only excitement, I guess it wasn’t quite like Venice after all.

Our biggest highlight of Mexico City was the Lucha Libre(lucha libre is Mexican wrestling) we got a tour guide to take us to it. He luckily spoke English and told ...


A travel blog entry by croth on Mar 21, 2012

... authorities burned about 134 tons of marijuana recently to make room for more of the stuff (new york times).
In mexico, just about everyone there speaks spanish. the language came to be one the spanish conquistadors came and conqured the Aztec, Inca's, and the mayans. Then the language spread and is now the native language for the country. You can say hello by the basic "Hola" or depending on the time of day, "buenos dias, buenos tardes, buenos ...

Learning how to recharge my phone

A travel blog entry by karynina on Aug 15, 2011

... because it is oh so much fun...Just kidding its work, and planning is interesting in itself.

And then Jen and Hilson take me to Walmart after school. Hilson shows me where to go so I can get 200 pesos on my phone. I am hoping this lasts a little longer. After spending a wonderful hour at walmart, we get to go home. Jen had to do bank stuff and then go to walmart, so that is part of ...