Holiday Inn Santiago Tianguistenco

Km 23 Carretera Estatal No 6, Santiago Tianguistenco, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 52600, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Km 23 Carretera Estatal No 6, Santiago Tianguistenco, is near La Moneda, Convento y Museo San Francisco, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Calle Dieciocho.
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Travel Blogs from Santiago Tianguistenco

Almost There! With Words from Jonathan

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Aug 05, 2014

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... trying to gain some perspective of the life we are leaving behind us while looking forward to whatever lies ahead in the next chapter of our lives. The goals that Lori and I are striving toward are to remain present for our children, to laugh together as we remember our adventures and to continue to grow as a family as we venture into the next chapter of our lives. Although this particular journey has come to an end, this will not be the last for the Wynn family.

Jan. 15: Walking Tour of the central city Santiago

A travel blog entry by wanlessmd on Jan 15, 2014

5 comments, 34 photos


We left the hotel about 9am for a walking tour which began at 10am. We stopped for breakfast of eggs and toast. The two eggs were served in the pans in which they were cooked. Look at the size of the toast.

We met for a tour called the "FREE TOUR". It is given in English (!) by students. You give them a tip as payment. We started at the cathedral and worked our way across the town center.



A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan on Dec 16, 2013

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... br> After breakfast Victor drove is south to the Undurraga vineyards for a tour. Our guide was very pleasant, with a gentle spiel and bad jokes. The most interesting bit was when he showed us some Mapuche artefacts. Discussing the question of independence for indigenous peoples (as you do on a vineyard tour) he revealed that a few years ago he had been arrested and beaten up by the Chilean police for taking part in a protest supporting the Mapuche. He told us ...

Hot, hotter and hottest!

A travel blog entry by jmess90 on Nov 15, 2013

... br> Arrived in Peurto Iguassu (Now in Argi) and chilled out by the pool for a while. Booked my tour for the Argi side of the falls and met 3 English guys (who studied maths and politics at Oxford DARLIN') who were doing the same tour as me so tagged on to them. WOW! Foz from Argi side was even better than the Brazilian side. We got on a boat that went along the river, through the rapids and then under the falls. We were soaked to the core!!! But it was ...

Fiestas Patrias

A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Sep 18, 2013

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... special week and so happy to have my parents come visit. By this time I was not renting an apartment but my friend had gone on vacation and lent his to me and my parents. Super fortunate and thankful!!! :D

They arrived before the party started and we were able to get some of the touristy stuff out of the way plus it allowed me to inform and teach them about Santiago, Valparaiso, and Chile. This was helpful because they were staying two weeks and I was not ...