Hotel Flamingo

Address: Blvd Diaz Ordaz No 3472 Col La, Irapuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36660, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Blvd Diaz Ordaz No 3472 Col La, Irapuato.
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Travel Blogs from Irapuato

Checking Out the Sights

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 22, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... raining, luckily not too hard though, so off we went, as close to the buildings as possible to try to avoid getting soaked. We were pretty successful, besides our feet.

Okay, last thing I want to mention is about my phone. I've been checking it out, and 1) am hoping if I listen to the radio on it at a different point of the day the options will be better or otherwise I have to be very disappointed with Mexican radio and 2) have discovered ...

Off to Guanajuato!

A travel blog entry by sarinad on Apr 10, 2012

12 photos

... road from our B&B and found ourselves in a little area called 'Jardin de la Union'. This plaza is surrounded with restaurants (some we have now eaten at, and each were amazing in their own way), manicured trees (all square cut above the top of the plaza - gives off a feeling as though you are somewhere else altogether) and water fountains. We sat down for dinner, ordered some fantastic food & cocktails, listened to the mariarchi band ...

Guanajuato Finale

A travel blog entry by southernxposure on Aug 07, 2010

27 photos

... away from this place is a deeper appreciation of the cultural differences in the way with which Mexicans deal with death, and quite possilby will leave you feeling a little sick."
The bodies are of Guanajuato residents from the late 1800s to the 1950s whose families couldn't afford to pay taxes for the graves of their dead relatives. The tax was only in effect for those years, but if your relatives couldn't pay it, the city dug up your ...

Border Tensions

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 17, 2010

1 comment

Since I was going to be facing the Border the next day I decided to splash out a bit in San Antonio. I got a hotel room right on the riverwalk.

After seeing Texas out the window of a train San Antonio is kind of like Disneyland. Everything that came before were double-wide trailers and refineries and the modern urban sprawl hell of Houston. It's a scary landscape that made me glad that I ...

Carlos' Parent's House & Guanajuato

A travel blog entry by ricker888 on May 08, 2010

... to get the attendant's attention. He runs over and is really upset with the situation. Not knowing what to do the guy eventually tries to siphon the gas out of the tank. This whole process of trying different things or trying to get us to pay for the mistake takes about a half hour. It was crazy. Who knows if it was they guys fault or the pump didn't stop where he set it, but after realizing he couldn't do anything they let us go without paying ...