Hotel Dinastia

Address: Calle Manuel Alvarez No. 74, Colima, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Manuel Alvarez No. 74, Colima, is near Playa La Llorona.
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    Travel Blogs from Colima

    Maruata Beach south of tecoman

    A travel blog entry by sharonbrian on Nov 10, 2013

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    We loved this little place on the michoacan coast. After a rather long and rough bus trip. The driver was a maniac! We arrived just on dusk and had no accommodation sorted I had decided I was over the backpacking BIG TIME. It was scary arriving in the dark and the place looked deserted. Anyway after a little bit of help from the local police we managed to find an amazing cabana to stay in and ended staying for 3 nights. We didn't want to leave. It was a sleepy little village, mind you ...

    CITI 2013

    A travel blog entry by richysandoval21 on Sep 28, 2013

    ... of information and communication technologies, from basic computer knowledge, on how to created different types of documents, presentations, etc. in programs like microsoft Office, the different types of computers and operating systems on smartphones, also how you can surf the internet and get benefits and how to buy online, and how you could find different ways to get information about million topics through the ...

    More Colima discomforts

    A travel blog entry by benneal on May 02, 2012

    We return to Colima, visit a folk museum with giant puppets and masks, and Soph looses her temper with the neighbours in the hotel this time - booting the wall to shut them up! We try Bate a gritty blend of tea and mucus (it seems) served with syrup and a straw... needless to say we dont finish our cup.

    Adventures and village life

    A travel blog entry by benneal on May 02, 2012

    ... and see how coffee
    is produced from beans.The street food was seriously tasty (cow tongue taco anyone?) and we wander the old cobbled streets and eat among throngs of mexicans with mariachi bands. Boys in trucks coast the plaza at night with blue neon lights and loud traditional mexican music blasting.

    El Centro

    A travel blog entry by traveldeets on Oct 07, 2011

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    ... were known to have died. At around 2 you can hear the squeaking of the swings going back and forth, but when you look over the swings are chained up.....

    So imagine me waking up to hear the dog barking at nothing, then having to listen to the non stop squeaking and swishing of the Swings and Broom. I didn't sleep all night, Jason woke up to listen for a bit then went back to bed. Once people started waking up ...

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