Hotel Tepic

Address: Dr. Martinez 438 Col. Jose Maria Menchaca, Tepic, Pacific Coast, 63150, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dr. Martinez 438 Col. Jose Maria Menchaca, Tepic, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Tepic

The Northern Route Through Mexico

A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 31, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... do that with visitors from the Chiapas? He looks us over and then tries to speak to us, and realizes we cannot put two words together in Mexicana. Back to the car he goes, has a chat with the compadres, and comes back to the window, ticket book in hand and says "No Problemo" and down the road we went.

Well, I had the GPS set for Villa Union, a suburb of Mazatlan.

I don't remember if I told you that we were using 3 GPS’s. My 2535, a ...

Jorge's Spanish origins!

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 22, 2013

1 comment

When we finally arrived after 2 hours and half, Jorge's father took us at the bus central and brought us back home. After our supper composed of seafood products only (don't forget! we don't eat meat during Lent!), we payed a visit to Jorge's grandparents, the parents of his father actually, Jorge ...

A Canadian at the Mexican nation celebration party

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 09, 2013

... show. Also, on the site, there were many officers of the Mexican Navy, of the federal police and of the state police because of the presence of Nayarit's governor. Finally, the last activity we did that day was to attend the performance of Pepe Aguilar, an American-born Mexican who sings ranchera, mariachis and pop. He is a star in Mexico as he has won 3 Grammy Awards and 4 Latin Grammy Awards. His popularity had been showed to us ...


A travel blog entry by lcridd on Jul 01, 2012

1 comment, 158 photos

... this coffee. I want coffee without sludge. But I love this coffee for the slow ritual and intentional rhythm of life that is necessary to make it. When I have to work again, have deadlines, and responsibilities, there will be no time for this.

So as the Mexico 200 Highway stops and we start on the Mexico 15 tomorrow it will be bitter sweet. It marks the last leg of the trip, but also a little bit closer to the sludge free coffee.


Over the mountains and to the east.

A travel blog entry by payukawa on Nov 11, 2011

... this delicious sandwich costs about 3.50.

After that we drove on to Tepic where we started to get into the mountains and into some steeper, more twisty, and vegetated roads. Heres hoping that a lot more of this drive is like that because the views are amazing. Its nice driving but id like to be able to take some pictures/look around a bit more while someone else drives.

Tomorrow we hit Leon or further (depending on if warren can get in touch with his friends in ...