Hotel Las Palomas

Address: Av. Insurgentes 2100, Tepic, Pacific Coast, 63170, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Insurgentes 2100, Tepic, is near Playa Carrizalillo, Playa Lo De Marco, Cuyutlan, and Mexcaltitan.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Las Palomas Tepic

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Tepic

The Northern Route Through Mexico

A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 31, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... and at many times took our breath away. Our breath was really sucked out though in Torreon, where the highway melted into the city and the chris crosses of roads wound us up off of the highway and onto the city streets and lost again. Our only recourse seemed to be to turn off of the main road and go back into the city streets, which were a series of one and 2 way ditties with only room for one car, but were accommodating 2 and parking was also allowed. Add to ...

Hola from San Blas

A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Dec 21, 2013

55 photos

... t you know it, the clouds rolled in around noon and by happy hour we were riding out a serious down pour. The good news is the boat can always use a fresh water rinse. Tomorrow we’re heading south to Chacala. At just four hours away, it will be one of our shortest runs since we left Washington in July. We’re looking forward to a short day.

That’s it from San Blas. Our next post will be from Chacala in two or three days. Feliz Navidad to ...

Final preparations before going to Puerto Vallarta

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 23, 2013

During the few hours that we took to be ready to leave, I had the opportunity to be shown the photos of the last two years' vacation trips that did the Mondragon Gonzalez family. In Dallas, TX., in Knigston, Jam., in Orlando, FL., etc. It just gave me the desire to travel more after my internship! Then, I finalized ...

A Canadian at the Mexican nation celebration party

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 09, 2013

... once the entrance harbour for all the merchandise from China. Now, Chinese goods enter Mexico more southern and the population in the city is decreasing. Fascinating facts about where we ate: first, they had glass Coke bottle and the whole restaurant was decorated with fishing nets and shells! Before going back to Tepic, we did a little tour of the city, going to the port and buying banana breads! Once in Tepic, we dressed up to go out and ...

Mary's Gold

A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 27, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... clothes and drink tequila just to make it through the night. Ok, so perhaps I dramatise... but only slightly!

Just as we settled down to get some sleep we heard footsteps on the leaves just outside our tent. "Hola! Is anyone there?" That was rather concerning especially when it came closer and we heard heavy breathing. Then panting?! It wasn't a scary weirdo, just a dog who decided to sleep alongside our tent. Throughout the night we heard his snoring. ...