Holiday Inn Santiago Tianguistenco

Address: 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


A travel blog entry by reade on Nov 28, 2014

7 photos

... the world to paint fences, garage doors and any piece of space they can find. We were sorry we only had a short time in the town there was so much we would have liked to see, and it was raining ��. Sunday - nice day again. We visited the art markets in the hope of finding something a bit different in to souvenir line, but alas came away empty handed. We are heading home this evening, we've had a fantastic time and seen ...

The day of tourist adventures

A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Nov 06, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... the other attraction on San cristobal, a statue of the Virgin Mary. Obviously not even making a mark on Brazil's Christ the redeemer, it was nevertheless a great monument. I took several photos on my way up of beautiful flowers, including some offerings left at a tomb (?), the little things I think they put people's ashes in. On my way down I grabbed a mote de huesillo - the national drink of chile. They say this is the drink that if you are thirsty, you drink ...

Days 359 - 364: The Capitals of Peru and Chile

A travel blog entry by djmorton on May 04, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... South American cities, exceeding all expectations. All countries in South America that were invaded by the Spanish have a beautiful pedestrianised plaza. A plaza marks the centre of the city and has a water fountain, gardens and seats. It's like a gigantic roundabout. Surrounding that is an elaborate stone town hall and churches. Peru's towns and villages have the best plazas in South America so there was no question that the capital city had to be the most ...

Leaving the South

A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 26, 2014

... we had to use had no queue. We were nearly on our way for the next leg of our holiday. As we were staying at the airport we had dinner at the hotel. There were no nearby restaurants to investigate. The meal was very good, beef for Barbara and lamb chops with risotto for Sue. Bed was early because we were getting up early for our flight to Lima but one piece of good news was that the hour was changing in Chile that evening to winter time so we had an extra hour in ...

48. Santiago - mine's a terremoto!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Mar 19, 2014

... which she didn't find that amusing! Chile's customs controls are, on paper, pretty strict and you can't bring various food products into the country. Therefore we panicked on seeing that we had to declare spices and seasonings - our most valued belongings! I also had a dilemma about a piece of garlic. As we should have known, they really don't care at all about some pepper and cumin and our spice lifeline was safe. Santiago is a little less polished than Mendoza but still pretty ...