Holiday Inn La Piedad

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

Hola to Mexico

A travel blog entry by aidanellis9 on Jan 19, 2014

... about me they didn't even turn a second glance at me which in away was satisfying. The traffic was unbelievable and I was super tied dozIng off however extremely greatfull to have this experience with a local Mexican family. Dinner we has tortia with guacamole the spiciest ever so fresh with corn ships meat and no pales which look like cactus. So delicious and this it was I have. Even working so hard to experience and I'm finally here. Early to bed as I was falling asleep on ...

Mexico DF

A travel blog entry by tomrichards on Jun 28, 2013

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... Espadas', we got the name wrong the other day. I carried on with my band of happiness I guess you'd call it. It started in Bangkok back in March 2011 with 'be happy', and then the Thai version 'Mi khwam suk' with bamboo in Chiang Mai in April ...

GETTING ORIENTED IN THE DF'S SPRAWL

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 01, 2013

... taxi spot for 205MP. In the cab by 1335 for the ride to the Hotel Mallorca, traffic not being too bad. Recollections returning re street vendors at red lights. My downloaded map came in handy. Am changing rooms tomorrow so may have a room mate.

Freshened up, did some emails, checked the news [CNN International] and took my Eyewitness Travel guidebook downstairs to get oriented. I'm roughly 4k from the National Museum ...

4. Lost in translation, or just plain lost?

A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 13, 2012

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... out the light, so even though it was only early afternoon, it looked much later. Cars stood bumper to bumper on the cobblestone streets. Surprisingly, there was little honking, despite the congestion.

The travel agency was located behind the Basilica, which stood on one end of Zócalo, the city’s main plaza, which is apparently the second largest in the world after Red Square in Moscow. Though the hotel was only two blocks from the plaza, I ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Jan 03, 2012

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... on the footpath and road covered in cheap toys, clothing and homeware. The Tutankhamun exhibition that was in Melbourne last year was showing at a museum in one of the quieter side streets opposite the Templo Mayor.

I stopped at a bar in Paseo de la Palma called Bar la Montanesa Desde 1946 which looked like something Hemingway would have got drunk in and ordered a Conga for 50 pesos. Had no idea what a Conga was, but as it turned out it was a fruit punch. The barman asked ...