Hotel Torres Del Fuerte

Robles No 102, El Fuerte, Sinaloa, Pacific Coast, 81820, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Robles No 102, El Fuerte.
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    Travel Blogs from El Fuerte

    The People We Meet

    A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Jul 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... that we would not have made it during that time period! After the torture museum, we went to the Temple of Valenciana, which was a small church filled with history and ornate decor. We finished our afternoon by joining the family we met for dinner, family style. It was a wonderful day! The people we have met throughout our trip so far have really added to our experiences here in Mexico. Everyone has been so kind and helpful, some even trying to take care of us. We have been very ...

    THE TRIP BECOMES AN INFIRMARY

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 09, 2012

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    ... 171. 31k at 0933 to our first stop of the day. Passed into the state of Guanajuato at 0934. Never before saw 4 vehicles pull out to pass at once. If there is a paved shoulder, vehicles pull over allowing a pass. San Miguel de Allende has 140,000 souls. On most houses, plaster stucco covers stone. Stopped for an above the town vista re its gothic-styled church at 0955, Denise, Peter and David not even bothering to get out.

    By 1009 we were on St Francisco Street ...

    Visit of Guanajuato and getting lost in Mexico...

    A travel blog entry by adelinedessinet on Apr 02, 2011

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    ... in the middle of the night in a tiny little village where there seemed to be noone, it felt like the perfect setting for a horror movie! We drove for hours through empty road and a near-ampty fuel tank, but got to San Miguel de Allende, a town before Diego's town, and decided to have a little drive around so I would see what is was like, but we kind of got lost there too! Finally we got to San Juan and the house and crashed into bed.
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    Second Interesting night (mom don't read this one)

    A travel blog entry by amc828 on Oct 31, 2010

    ... city, it was going to be cold anyway and my jacket was stolen on the bus going to Guanajuato while I was napping and though it wasn't a blast, it was entertaining enough. SO, I went with him in a taxi to his area of the city (10 minute cab away hahaha).

    We get to his place and are locked out because he doesn't have a key to the door though he's been back from the USA for 2 months now. (Buddy was there for 8 years doing construction work and is sad ...

    First week of a long trip!

    A travel blog entry by southernxposure on Jul 14, 2010

    2 comments, 9 photos


    Last Sunday, Mom and I had breakfast in the dark at aunt Susan's house in Ann Arbor, drove to the Detroit airport at sunrise and by afternoon I was in Guanajuato.
    It's a really beautiful city, about 100,000 people, in a valley with houses built up into the hillsides. Lots of colors - the buildings are lavender, turquiose, pink, lime, mustard, burnt red, orange, almost anything but white. Even my room is two different colors - brown-red on the bottom half of the ...