Hotel Terranova

Address: Km 7 5, Coatzacoalcos, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 96499, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Km 7 5, Coatzacoalcos, is near Zocalo, El Rey Ruins (Zona Arqueologica El Rey), Cancun Convention Center, and Yamil Lu'um.
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    Travel Blogs from Coatzacoalcos

    Browsing in the Bosque

    A travel blog entry by maryvcontrary on May 31, 2015

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    Bosque de Chapultepec is a forest in the centre of D.F. which contains an incredible variety of attractions including a theme park; a castle; a modern art gallery and a zoo. To explore the entire park would have taken at least a week but these are our highlights:





















    Museo Nacional ...

    Walking dead.

    A travel blog entry by khaikhai on May 28, 2015

    ... what, the guys will always give way to the girls. I am so fascinated by the gentlemen of Mexico. They are such happy people. Always full of love and happy about every single thing, even the smallest of things.

    I feel like I am blessed to be given this opportunity. I will never know if this will come again. So, I'll take every bit of this. Whatever that is left remaining. I'll take it. From the walk of life to the walking dead.

    - ...

    Too much to see, too little time

    A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 21, 2014

    36 photos

    ... out on foot. From the Hidalgo subway stop, we saw some of the giant murals that depict the history of Mexico in colourful tiles. We walked along the streets that are closed off every Sunday to cars and reserved for bicycles (a brilliant idea!) We made our way through Alameda Park, and past the Fine Arts Palace and through some of the main pedestrian shopping streets. We stopped off at a church with lavish, ornate artwork, but it being Sunday we sort of accidentally ...

    The end

    A travel blog entry by miller.mba2011 on Sep 09, 2013

    12 photos

    ... four toes the other. With the crest of the wave landing on my head , I toppled over and stretched my toe into a position it really wasn't made for. I spent the remaining days hobbling around on a black and blue foot.

    The surf faded over the next few days and so I wasn't missing too much. I managed to catch a few last waves on the last day (probably wouldn't had been advised given the size of my foot). Can't wait to get my wedding board back in ...

    Ciudad de Mexico

    A travel blog entry by paulandjemma on Mar 27, 2013

    10 photos

    ... artifacts from all the most important Mexican civilisations, the main piece being the Aztec calendar stone.

    After the museum we made our way to the Castle of Chapultepec, Mexico's only castle, which is situated at the top of a hill. The castle was originally the headquarters of the military and endured a battle in 1847 against a North American invasion. Over time it became the presidential residence, but now it is a museum and tourist attraction. It is in ...