Hotel Las Palomas

Av. Insurgentes 2100, Tepic, Pacific Coast, 63170, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Av. Insurgentes 2100, Tepic, is near Playa Carrizalillo, Playa Lo De Marco, Cuyutlan, and Jardin Etnobotanico.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Tepic

Over the Tropic Of Cancer !!!!!

A travel blog entry by davey1212 on Aug 19, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... time. Luckily I was in the shade so only sweating quite a lot. O & M turned up and we only exchanged a few words then the customs guy simply told them to come this way. No explanation or reason given. They were searched then let go just about the same time I received my paperwork back.

We then went to the Baja Ferry "hut" which was a bit chaotic and a lengthy, sweltering wait ...

First mass in Spanish and proof of family love

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 10, 2013

2 comments

... Indeed, after doing the cross itself, they kiss the thumb of their right hand, the one that is used to make the Sign of the Cross. It is the same thing when it comes to do the three little crosses prior to the Gospel reading. For this part, I have always been taught to do one cross with your thumb on your front, one on your mouth and one on your heart. They do it too, but more than that, they do their whole Sign of the Cross! Finally, the church ...

Heading to Tepic!

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 08, 2013

... using the main roads across Mexico, there are toll booths where you have to pay a passage fee. Also, it is during the road trip that I realized how Mexico was a totally different country, in terms of vegetation, landscapes, etc. For example, there are many cultures of agave, the plant used in the distillation of tequila. For, in Jalisco, there is a town called Tequila. Does it tell you something? In addition, there are many many fields of sugar canes, especially in ...

Mexico200

A travel blog entry by lcridd on Jul 01, 2012

1 comment, 158 photos

... grown, fresh ground coffee every day. We don’t have the traditional electric coffee machine to make coffee. But we do have two pots, a mug sized tea infuser, and 2 mugs. The coffee ceremony starts with the screeching of the stove and 25lb tank of gas being pulled out from the back of the car. Setting it up on the tailgate. Boiling water and then adding coffee. Then letting it brew for a few minutes. Then using the small filter to pour a ...

Not So Epic Tepic

A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 25, 2011

1 photo

... trees and poinsettias (aka Christmas flowers) on sale in the local parks. We mostly dined on divine street food and gave our livers a break from the booze. Being 915.37 metres above sea level took some adjusting, having chilled at sea level for 5 weeks. Strange to think that less than 3 hours down the road you can have noticeably dry, tight skin and deflated hair.

Tepic is very much a working ...