Hotel Flamingo

Address: Boulevard Diaz Ordaz No 3472, Irapuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36660, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Boulevard Diaz Ordaz No 3472, Irapuato.
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        Travel Blogs from Irapuato

        Let the Mixed Feelings Begin!

        A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 29, 2012

        17 photos

        ... Heck, now I need tri-location!)

        Anyway, besides the beginning of the mixed feelings, my week started out a little rough. I started getting sick on Monday, it was the worst on Tuesday, and then Wednesday I was considerably better. I'm still a little stuffy but I'm more or less better. However, I have nothing to complain about considering what some people have gone through. Apparently fours weeks is the average duration of an immune's ...

        Another Week Come and Gone

        A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 08, 2012

        7 photos

        ... Johannah, get ready!

        The weather here is finally living up to the hype that I heard all about before coming down here. Most days this week, around 7 PM or so, the heavens opened up and it RAINED. Big time. Thunder, lightening, and a full out downpour. So, that meant I finally was able to see for myself all the little alleyways and streets turn into rivers. Literally. It’s pretty crazy. I noticed some of the locals walking ...

        Mario y Victor en Guanajuato

        A travel blog entry by andreajoy76 on Jul 29, 2011

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... the famed photographer known for orchestrating masses of nudes in public places. Otherwise, we stayed for about half of the awards show, got a bit bored, and bailed.

        At the rainy terrace dinner I’d spent a lot of time chatting with Victor, Mario’s friend from college, who frankly is a 40-something year old Mexican male version of me. High energy and a wanderer, we became good friends and he became an integral part of the rest of our tour of Guanajuato. ...

        Lucky to be born in the 20th Century

        A travel blog entry by southernxposure on Jul 15, 2010

        5 photos

        ... to the bankruptcy of the Spanish economy with an overabundance of silver and gold that led to devaluations, at least that's what Jamie said (does anyone know more about this? I'd like to learn more). Miners were forced laborers, i.e. slaves, and got one meal a day and perhaps one drink of water if they happened to pass by the water supply. Black lung and probably other hazards were common, and once Mexicans started working in the ...

        Viva Gaunajato!!!

        A travel blog entry by stanfalk on May 20, 2010

        4 comments, 5 photos

        ... morning you have the school kids and people setting up their market stalls. The afternoon is mostly tourist from Mexico City out browsing the boutiques. By late afternoon/early evening the high school and college couple are putting on ¨Hey, dad, I think he´s going to pork her. You´re right Rusty, I think he is going to pork her¨ displays of public affection on ever flat surface in town. At nightfall the cafes and restaurants in ...