Hotel San Jose

Calle Santiago Mendez, Hidalgo del Parral, Northern Mexico, 33800, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hidalgo del Parral

5. Pushing myself a little too far

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... for fillings were unfamiliar. WIth the help of my dictionary, I ordered bifstek tacos (just what it sounds like, beefsteak), and what I received were two small corn tortillas, each piled high with stewed beef. No other toppings, just meat. And five kinds of salsa (which they referred to as pica, short for picante).

Despite not being nutritionally complete, the food was delicious. The meat was tender and flavorful and three of the picas were to die for. I dumped ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97


... sold to local and overseas markets) but its major economic driver is tourism. Xochimilco has over 100 miles of canals and eight harbours servicing 2,000 flat bottomed boats called trajineras that are rented by locals and tourists. The boats are fairly basic – wicker bottomed chairs down both side and a painted trestle table down the middle – and painted in bright colours. There’s no engine, just a guy at the back with a pole (our gondolier keep smashing into other ...

Mummies and Tazzies

A travel blog entry by colin


... at Holbox, so she asked a lady to take her photo with Tazzie and email it to her. At the time of writing this the email hasn't arrived.

We left the park having had lots of fun. Sophie wanted to go back the next day so we could take our own photo of her with Tazzie. So this morning we got up earlier and returned to the park. We saw Tazzie just after putting the camera in a locker. But we figured he would be at the first photo ...

Regresar a la Ciudad de Mexico

A travel blog entry by salsero

... there is no single door to enter through, the whole front side if open. Or if the pharmacy is on a street corner, two sides are wide open.

But also. in most pharmacies, almost everything is under lock and key or behind the counter. What products are accessible are almost always by the counter and is usually Tylenol and the likes.

Before leaving I practiced the few lines of Spanish I'd need at the farmacia. I ...

More museums and SHOPPING! and EATING!

A travel blog entry by crystal87


... Under the advice of Diego, she bought artwork from all over the world. The house has many pieces that you can't see at mainstream museums. We could only take pictures outside the house, which is why there are so many pictures of the peacocks. There were kind of the highlight of the museum. So neat!! The baby ones following their mommies were very adorable. We also so some hairless dogs outside. They are a very rare and endangered species ...


This hotel, located on Calle Santiago Mendez, Hidalgo del Parral, is near Museo del Templo Mayor, National Palace (Palacio Nacional), Plaza Tolsá, and Ayuntamiento.
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