Hotel Condesa

Av. Juarez 102, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Juarez 102, Zacatecas, is near San Juan Chamula, Rectoría de la Universidad de Guadalajara, Bob-O's Family Fun Center, and Rincon de Guayabitos.
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    Travel Blogs from Zacatecas

    Downs and Out in Zacatecas

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 15, 2014

    34 photos

    ... we followed the lead of a few locals and went to sit at the foot of the stadiums seats, where "PROHIBIDO" was written in bright lettering. But with all of us there, the writing was covered up by our butts and it just looked like part of the seating....8 rows back from the stage. Awesome! According to the people sitting next to us, the mariachi band was considered the best in Mexico. That's nice....where's Lila? Lila hit the stage a long wait later and it ...

    Zacatecas 2

    A travel blog entry by mtaylor1752 on Apr 09, 2012

    5 photos

    ... full of firecrackers which they let off creating a huge noise through the street.
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    There is a heavy police presence throughout the city. They can be a little intimidating with their shotguns strapped across their chest.Through some of the plazas you pass through barricades, sometimes search you. We have since found out that there ...

    Wild Pig chase - San Antonio & Big Bend

    A travel blog entry by ameski18 on Jan 06, 2010

    45 photos

    ... a Mission.

    It’s a small white fronted Mexican looking building set in some nice gardens.

    The reason the American’s have kept the old dear intact is essentially a reminder of a battle for independence from Mexico. The Americans rode into town and set up camp in this quaint little Mexican town only to complain about it when the Mexicans rolled up asking for it back!!

    But it’s their country and their heritage so who am I to talk!?

    Day 7 (Good Friday)

    A travel blog entry by linusvpelt on Apr 12, 2009

    10 photos

    ... step out and take yourself or a small, (or a large) group to the Mexico Desert. Forget the news, there are no guarantees of your safety anywhere in the world outside of God's will. There are no guarantees of your safety in Gods will either, at least not as our selfish minds understand self preservation. Afraid of the economics of it? How secure do you feel about your 401K in this day and age, or your home equity? ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Apr 09, 2009

    10 photos

    ... cape action before embedding the sword up to it's hilt in the bulls neck. The assistants come out & make it turn sharply back & forward to cut up its organs, before it drops to it's knees and is 'humanely killed' !!! Some horses come in to drag the bloody bull away. This goes on for at least 8 bulls with very little variation, except once, when a matador got stabbed in his torso with a horn or when the chains on the bull to drag it away came loose or when the humane killer ...