Hotel Lorencillo Miramar

Boulevard Costero 11-3 Col. Playa Miramar, Tampico, Northern Mexico, 89540, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Boulevard Costero 11-3 Col. Playa Miramar, Tampico, is near Fort of San Juan de Ulua, Mi Casa Viajes, Zipolite, and Baluarte Santiago.
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    Travel Blogs from Tampico

    Not enjoying Tampico

    A travel blog entry by benneal on Dec 03, 2012

    We arrive in Tampico tired and get a taxi out to a hotel that no longer exists. Our taxi driver suggests another which is undergoing building work, and we end up at the beach front where half the hotels are stupidy expensive towers of sanity, or grimy part-time brothels. We end up back at the bus station and buy our tickets out for the next morning!
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    Life for the gringos in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by altamiratam518 on Sep 23, 2010

    5 photos

    We arrived back in Mexico on Sunday the 12th of September. It was a great trip down from Portland but we were very tired. We drove about 10 hours every day. As some of you know we had a sister from here that was visiting Portland ride back with us. "Karen" When we arrived back in Altamira her mother had a delicious meal waiting for us. See why we love it here. The brothers are really wonderful. Anyway, I will try to show some pictures of our travels through the US. It was so beautiful.
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    Bienvenidos Mexico...or so we thought!

    A travel blog entry by -losviajeros- on Jun 28, 2010

    13 comments, 6 photos

    ... and our GPS, so we got lost (20 miles out of the way). Nina finally gave them a call and got us back on the right path. The insurance process went really well. Johnny at Sanborn Insurance was a great help and provided us with several maps and guides to help us on the journey. Next, we gassed up and stopped by the ‘Casa de Cambio’ (house of change) to change U.S. dollars into Mexican pesos. All of that took ...

    Over the border and accross the check pointSS

    A travel blog entry by ramblerw38 on May 09, 2010

    ... but wanted our 11 year old girl to back outhe vehicle wth our $50 us and for her to bring back the paso's. What is wrong with that picture? We dont send our kids off with stangers Expecially in diff. country at the border. When we went back out to our truck to declare out stuff they got turned around by the policia, sent back to customs!! HA HA!! We got a little turned around in the city, and took ...

    Roadside repairs

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Mar 31, 2010

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... He didn’t seem too upset to be woken at 6:30am, and he was pretty quick about moving his car, we were grateful.

    Some of the roads had the biggest, roughest pot holes, and long gouges and ruts, which were dangerous if we got our tyres caught in them. Every so now and then I’d hit an unavoidable pot hole and think my tyre was going to blow. We’d been a bit spoiled with some of the great concrete highways here in Mexico.

    At lunch time ...