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

DO WE EVER REALLY NOTICE OURSELVES?!

A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jan 02, 2015

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... forces that caused changes in each of these nations. There are countless cases and examples, both historic and contemporary. Seeing ourselves and reflecting honestly about our society is a human issue and challenge that we must struggle to improve upon.

Such is the case in the United States today…our recent crisis is easy to dismiss as isolated incidences. But the Michael Brown and the Eric Garner cases are far from isolated incidences. The New ...

Hola, amigos y familia

A travel blog entry by jamber on Nov 30, 2014

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... about Santiago thus far - Fashion is about a decade behind. (Who the wears Cure & Blondie t-shirts anymore?) I thought 80s stirrups were done? Why do the women bathe in perfume? Drivers are crazy. Streets are dirty. Everything has bars on the windows. Starbucks really is everywhere and it's free wifi has been our saving grace! Lastly, I want to take every stray dog & cat ...

1st Major Destination: Santiago, Chile

A travel blog entry by nderakshan on Feb 09, 2014

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... line) and the tired and shabby place that it really is! However, once I discovered that I was going to be charged only 2/3 of the price initially quoted, I was once again a happy camper :) In fairness, it's very clean and quiet and very central. At $27 US a night for my own room in the centre of the city, I reckon I scored a good deal. As soon as I dumped my luggage into my room, I was out the door to start exploring the fabulous city of ...

Santiago

A travel blog entry by kezzah16 on Jan 25, 2014

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... beef, tomato, sliced green beans and chilies. It was really good and we had the traditional jug of Boroja which consisted of white wine and frutilla, 1.5L of wine, it was so yummy. We returned to the hostel to get ready to go on a pub crawl which started at 10pm at the sister hostel of ours. It was free pizza and piscola, pisco and coke, for the first few hours at the hostel before we began the crawl where we would visit 4/5 bars before ending the night at a ...

Realism

A travel blog entry by emmaspiers on Aug 18, 2013

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Landing in Santiago went well, my first relief was the airport signs had English print below the main Spanish writing. I met up with Sam and we headed into the city to find a hostel for the first couple of nights.
We kept off the streets once dark hit, finding the city a little shady in most places. We did a free walking tour with a local who took us to the main markets, food markets and gave us a very balanced history of the ...