Hostal Del Vasco

Calle Alameda No. 1, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zacatecas

Back On Track (The Manky Old Hag)

A travel blog entry by doove


... apparently had grown fond of me as it did it's trust thing of sitting on my foot all the time) over an amazing breakfast, and I can't thank them enough for helping me through a tough few days. It was at this point, I had decided to carry on with my trip :) I still had to alter a few plans, and change some desitinations, but started to plan the next stage of my trip, before meeting up with Karenyna, then Joan and Ralph, then back with Karenyna, before leaving ...

Za Za Zacatecas!

A travel blog entry by katertot1978


... of Mexico. Many of the masks were used for rituals and festivals and the collection (only a fraction of his total collection) contains some 3,000 amazing masks. I was so excited to find out that photos were allowed. I took so many mask photos and spent hours wandering through this amazing museum. I totally loved it. I tried to learn all I could about the masks and their history, but it was a case of information overload. The masks were strange and intriguing and funny. I ...

Cycling days 35-37: Zacatecas to Pinos

A travel blog entry by hobos


... We talk in broken Spanish over some traditional Zacatecas dishes – mmm…the mole melts in your mouth! Diana’s mom is such a wonderful woman and we wish we had better Spanish so we could express how grateful we are for her time, how delicious the meal is, and explain our trip in more detail to her; big smiles and kisses goodbye are hopefully enough.

One last walk around the city center, then we hop on our bicycles and continue on South. ...

Zacatecas - Jardin Enrique Estrada and Quinta Real

A travel blog entry by lobo


... to revisit two places which I wrote about recently - Jardin Enrique Estrada and Quinta Real. I confess the main reason I am revisiting these two places is to archive the photos taken at the time.

In the evening, the city took on a wonderful glow under streetlights and Christmas decorations. Walking to the southwest part of the "centro" we came upon the majestic Jardin Enrique Estrada with its ...

Zacatecas - The Surprise of the Central Highlands

A travel blog entry by lobo


... and traffic tends to be heavy because of the limited streets in the centro. Many smaller streets or "callejons" are impassible to traffic and often are interrupted by stairs that are needed in the sometimes-steep terrain of the city.

Walking is by far the best means of getting around in the "centro" for the reasons mentioned above as well as the good state of the sidewalks that are relatively wide, unlike San Miguel de Allende for ...


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