Hacienda Cola De Caballo

Road to Horsetail Falls, Km 6, Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Northern Mexico, 67320, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Road to Horsetail Falls, Km 6, Santiago, is near Massage & Facial Care, La Higuera, Plaza Civica, and Ethnographic Museum (Museo Etnografico).
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    Juan O'Gorman was the artist.
    From Britannica.com.
    Juan O’Gorman, (born July 6, 1905, Coyoacán, Mex.—found dead Jan. 18, 1982, Mexico City), Mexican architect and ...