Hotel San Jose

Address: Calle Santiago Mendez, Hidalgo del Parral, Northern Mexico, 33800, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Santiago Mendez, Hidalgo del Parral, is near Museo del Templo Mayor, National Palace (Palacio Nacional), Plaza Tolsá, and Museo del Ex-Arzobispado.
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Travel Blogs from Hidalgo del Parral

Last day at Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kezzah16 on Sep 26, 2013

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Woke up very fragile did we suffer an blow to the head or is it a dreaded mexican tequila hungover!!! Didn't make it to breakfast in time due to the late night before which in all fairness was not such a bad thing! Check out was at 11am well with the little life in us we didn't make that either! Finally at half 12 we managed to drag our sorry selves out the hotel and trek out on the busy road to find some food. Our stomached could hack any spicy Mexican ...

Life in the BIG city

A travel blog entry by patrice_eoin on Mar 25, 2013

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... do was to get a Japanese Rail pass. This can be bought outside of Japan for make traveling in Japan cheaper for tourists. A 1 week rail pass was $405 USD (a lot more than expected). Needless to say we didn't get it and wont be using the trains in Japan! Since Mexico is so big and so crowded these two tasks took the best part of two days to perform. Alot of the week involved us walking around many of the parks and Museums in the city. We went to the Zoo which was very good but ...

1st Weekend

A travel blog entry by slw321 on Aug 06, 2012

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... museum ahead of the crowds. Even so it still took us about 1.5 hours to get there. It really reminded me of travelling in London. The Tren Ligera is a bit like the Docklands light railway and the rest of the metro system is really like the London underground and just as busy.
We had arranged to meet Ellen, another girl from England, outside the museum and felt quite relieved that she was waiting for us despite us being ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 16, 2012

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... and then signed the guest book. Going to be a decent final day with the septet.

Town walkabout at 1002. Many colourful buildings, akin to the colonial towns that now seem so long ago. We toured several hotels [and maybe residents in other hotels toured ours], soaking up some of the charm of this little town. A place of special note was the Hotel Posada del Hidalgo [a former prison], one of the hotel rooms being where El Zorro was purportedly born. The ...

Going Home

A travel blog entry by guy.everton on Jul 27, 2011

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... imposingly over Zocalo, there is a big market, selling all sorts of touristy handicrafts, as well as plenty of people dressed in Aztec gear burning leaves and offering shamanic rituals to passers by, banging drums and dancing. This was pretty cool to see, even if the market had precious little to offer besides cheap tat.

Round the back of the cathedral is something extraordinary. The plaza was, at one point, the open space at the centre of the Aztecs' ...

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