Hotel Victoria

Address: Col Centro, Uruapan 60000, Uruapan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 60000, Mexico | Hotel
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      Temple of Doom

      A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 19, 2014

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      ... crowds told me I was in the right place. Men were offering the services of their horses, and most of the Mexican tourists were hopping into saddles. Lonely Planet said it was an easy 1 hour walk to the buried church, but I was beginning to wonder how LP defined "easy."
      As it turned out, the path was wide and mostly downhill. I was at the church in 25 minutes. If my tequila and frijole ...

      Day 11 back in Mexico

      A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jun 25, 2013

      11 photos

      ... the corner where we found a laundry. The man weighed our clothes charged us 50 pesos (a little over $4) and told us mañana (tomorrow), so without a receipt or any way of knowing which clothes were ours, we paid and left our clothes with the man in hopes he knows who we are the next day. We went for a walk to have a look around and soon realised we were walking into a bad neighbourhood, most people in Mexico are not that friendly ...

      Teotihua... what???

      A travel blog entry by ferchumaru on Sep 15, 2012

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      Lonely Planet advice: Take the Mexican Turibus to the magnificent ruins of Teotihuacan. (35$)
      Maru and Ferchu's advice: stick to the ecua-mexican guy that offered the same tour for $5!!

      Getting to the bus Terminal is quite easy from any point of Mexico City. Once there is only a matter of asking "Teotihuacan?". Piece of cake! Once you are already there... take a deep ...

      The DF = midgets, policia and Paul McCartney

      A travel blog entry by montyontheroad on May 11, 2012


      ... galleries etc for the next few days. Its a huge and vibrant city and the food is amazing and cheap, It can get a bad wrap for obvious reasons but I'd certainly go back. I was lucky enough to meet up with Lucy a Mexican whom i met in London who took me to a nice leafy suburb that could have been anywhere in the world. You can find whatever you want in a city of 20 million odd people!.

      Next stop Oaxca and a shorter entry with less lock ups hopefully...

      Distrito federal

      A travel blog entry by gejo on Aug 18, 2011

      ... nice experience, and i must say on the contrary to what I read before, it is safe during the day. Of course, you shall be careful for your belongings, but that is everywhere in the world. Our first impression was very positive, and the people are friendly and helpful when you ask them for directions. We were searching for a restaurant that was mentioned in Lonely planet for a cheap meal, and we ran into a small "comedor" named "El Tigre"- there was the ...