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, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), Convento y Museo San Francisco, and Calle Dieciocho.
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Travel Blogs from Santiago Tianguistenco

Pond Hoppin'

A travel blog entry by phenri on Aug 17, 2015

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... ll be bused off to meet my new host family and settle down for the first time in a long while. Many thanks to all of my amazing friends and family (hardly a difference for most of you) who made my summer in Europe the trip of a lifetime, whether you were hosting me, accompanying me, or both. You all gave me the steam to keep my heart pumping as I raced through Europe and set me absolutely in the right place for taking on this next one. Feeling very ready for this next adventure. Vamos!

Bus drama: take two

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 01, 2015

1 comment

... let me know that we were leaving together or not at all. While I am, in fact, a big girl and can deal on my own, this was incredibly comforting. He assured me that we'd figure something out and that it would be ok. The driver shrugged his shoulders as if to say, "meh, not my problem." Clearly, we should have been mind-readers and realized that the bus that bore absolutely no resemblance to my bus was actually it. Lucas lost it further and provided a quick translation. To his credit, ...


A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jan 02, 2015


... gap. It is an achievement gap that is equally as sharp as the one in the United States. And while race does not play as large an element in the Chilean case, it has been interesting to come to a society that is perhaps more segregated than the U.S. Of course, we in the U.S. automatically associate segregation with race. And while there is no denying that there is a racial element that plays a role in Chile (especially in respect to the indigenous), it ...

Off Beat Santiago

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 11, 2014

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... set off round the back of the museum, with the quiltros leading the way, and a Horse statue was pointed out. To us it was quite familiar, it was by the Colombian artist Botero who had a heap of statues in Medellin. The back of the Bellas Artes museum building is lots of different shades of colours because of the earthquakes (or "terremotos") suffered in Chile - it has been patched up many times. As like yesterday, we had 3 keywords to remember: terremoto, chimba ...

Amery's travels from Santiago, Chile

A travel blog entry by amery on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... br> for us- our day tour guide telling us that crime is low and then later advising
Christine to take off a thin cheap gold chain, because we were going to be walking
in some public places and someone may just grab it from around your neck!

We are apparently a couple of thousand feet above sea level
here, which might explain why ...