Hotel Baruk Teleferico y Mina

Address: Paseo Diaz Ordaz # 602, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000, Mexico | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located on Paseo Diaz Ordaz # 602, Zacatecas, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Zacatecas

    Colonial Mexico Interior

    A travel blog entry by duchesne on Feb 08, 2015

    1 comment, 60 photos

    ... a “buffet” lunch of Mexican food, we then took a double decker trolley ride where we were able to view from the top deck, up close, the beautiful architecture of this wonderful colonial city. We finished our tour with a mescal tasting and then wandered the streets on our own for a little while.

    The next day, we had a tour of the Corona brewery. They claimed it was the largest brewery in the world with the capacity to produce millions of cans ...

    Downs and Out in Zacatecas

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 15, 2014

    34 photos

    ... we went out on the town to see what was happening. Semana Santa was happening. Zacatecas was going big for the holy week, as it also happened to be a major anniversary of a decisive revolutionary battle that was won here. The city was throwing some free concerts in front of the cathedral, and even though we didn't get tickets, you could hear the music dancing through the glowing streets. The place was packed with vacationing Mexicans...and a couple gringos. ...

    Bus to Guanajuato

    A travel blog entry by mtaylor1752 on Apr 10, 2012

    5 photos

    ... interpreter. We have found many of the children are quite good at English. It makes me feel a little lazy that the majority of us at home do not speak a second language. Maybe it should be compulsory at schools. On my bucket list now.
    Anyway, bus travel is the way to go. You are combining the journey with the sightseeing. The landscapes changing all the time. The desert here is colorful sight with various cacti, trees with yukka like plant son the type of them. ...

    Old hands at cable cars now

    A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Aug 04, 2010

    12 photos

    ... the Dan/Alice combination and cable cars do not mix, but we both agreed that after the ridiculousness of the zip line at Salta Rafting (allegedly the highest and longest in South America- why oh why did I agree to that?! This is what their website says; The high (sic) of the steel cables is between 80 and 140 meters above the
    ground, the length is between 100 and 500 mts which allow us to reach in
    some of the cables more than 30 ...

    Zacatecas: Live To Fight Another Day

    A travel blog entry by skiphunt on Sep 07, 2009

    ... and perhaps my mixed mongrel background with lost history and very little context likely would never produce the same sort of visions anyway. In any case, since I was going back to Huiricuta after Zacatecas, i thought perhaps their amazing vision-inspired yarn paintings might give me a taste of that same pure context to draw from on my next desert quest. It continued to rain and I asked the hostel owner if he thought the ...