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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... wearing. So far I've made it through one. I actually ended up buying myself a pair of slacks and a button-down shirt on Sunday so I didn't look totally disgusting in my plane-clothes at the first day of orientation. (After two months living out of a backpack, I don't think I really had anything in there that qualifies exactly as "business professional" anyway.) Orientation, although it's formal purpose is somewhat droll, is actually awesome. There are sixty of us volunteers ...


A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Feb 18, 2015

... walk out to the platform and voila the bus is pulling up. We load up. And we leave in 3 minutes!

Airconditioning, assigned seats. No obnoxious radio playing. The road is well maintained. The airbnb is in the hills, on a pedestrian street only. Taxi driver had no clue where it was but dropped us in the perfect spot.

We arrived right before 2pm when our host said he could meet. The view is fantastic. The place seems like it was built with ...

Visiting Santiago

A travel blog entry by hans.francis on Jan 03, 2015

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... the traditional big square empanadas of Chile. We came by a nice compound which was green with a lot of flowers, lot of sport facilities and big houses. We found out the ground cost here just only 1 dollar square meter! Ricardo is working in a company which search for minerals, like irion and cupper in Chile. It's a shame my spanish is almost zero and his english a bit because I think it is really interesting job he has and ...

Santiago and the llama files.

A travel blog entry by meganop on Dec 14, 2014

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So by the time we got to Santiago we were both very happy to be at sea level for our stomachs sake. When we got through the epic customs line we found we had to go back to pay our reciprocacy tax and then return to the epic line. To save time we both just acted like we were meant to be there, skipped the cue and walked straight up to a desk. We must have been convincing because no one in the line questioned us. We spent the first night in Chile bean hostel solely because they had ...

Day to explore Santiago by foot

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Nov 09, 2014

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... meant we would have had to leave our hotel at 5:30am. That just wasn’t going to happen. We decided to take it easy and spend the day in the city, since it looked so nice yesterday.

We had a really nice brunch at the hotel, and then headed out around 11am. This was much nicer than getting up at 5am! We headed up to Cerro San Cristobal to get a view of the city, and it was spectacular! We took the old funicular to the top, which is almost ...