Hotel Posada Cocomacan

Address: sombrerete, Dolores Hidalgo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 37800, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on sombrerete, Dolores Hidalgo.
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    Travel Blogs from Dolores Hidalgo

    The 1st Leg of our Mexican Day

    A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 30, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... which means by pass. Anyways off and on you go as we take the road into Monterrey, and hit the Libre, and the Libremiento, and then the big check station for both east and west bound traffic. We slow down going through this, and we seem to be sailing right through, and I see an officer from the east side walking towards us flashing his light, telling us to pull over. ****, here we go again. Well, as it turned out, he spoke perfect English, and truly had pulled us over ...

    Parque Guadiana

    A travel blog entry by portoryko on Oct 21, 2012

    5 photos

    Troche zmeczona poprzednim dniem, mimo wszystko zdecydowalam sie na zwiedzanie brakujacej czesci Durnago. Razem z kolega - Alonso wybralismy sie autem poza Durango zobaczyc widok miasta z gory. Ze skarpy widac bylo rzeke, ktora byla zielona i okoliczne wzniesienia. Z tamtad udalismy sie na pokaz samochodow w pobliskim placu gdzie odbywaly sie konkursy w ramach ronych kategorii. Na placy byly garbusy, furgonetki i ...

    Cycling days 25-30: Mazatlan to Durango

    A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 16, 2011

    1 comment, 99 photos

    ... We feel a bit sullen as we pedal away from the hotel.

    With our bikes fully loaded again, it takes a few kilometers to get used to the weight and change in maneuverability…and extra effort it takes to get up a hill. We make it to Pichilingue quicker than expected despite a slight headwind. There are two ferry companies out of Pichilingue: Baja Ferries runs Tue/Thu/Sun for 890 pesos and takes 12 hours, while TWC runs ...

    Dolares Hidalgo

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Oct 24, 2007

    1 photo

    This morning we set of for the town of Dolares Hidalgo, named for the revolutionary priest Miguel Hidalgo. He was a genuine rebel idealist who launched the independence movement on 16th Sept 1810. Ordained a priest in 1778, he was never orthodox; he questioned Catholic traditions, gambled, danced and even had a mistress. He was bought before the Inquisition in 1800 but nothing was proved, instead by 1804 he found himself in the backwater called Dolares. He still rebelled ...

    Dolores Hildalgo and Back to La Feria de Zacatecas

    A travel blog entry by aushiro on Sep 13, 2007

    7 photos

    ... the History of the World or in this case Mexico. We returned to the hotel and picked up our bags and walked to the bus station . We needed to take the bus to Leon first and then to Zacatecas. We needed to get back before the concert tonight. We made it with flying colors arriving in Zacatecas a few hours before the concert. Since Uncle Daniel and cousin Hector both worked at the bus station, we stopped in and chatted. I ...