Hotel Villa Las Rosas

Address: Av. Insurgentes Poniente No. 100, Tepic, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Insurgentes Poniente No. 100, Tepic, is near Playa Miramar, Playa San Pedrito, La Campana, and Cuyutlan.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Las Rosas Tepic

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Travel Blogs from Tepic

Over the Tropic Of Cancer !!!!!

A travel blog entry by davey1212 on Aug 19, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... sun for our tickets and then went for a nice bite to eat at one of the stalls.

Boarding was ok, I was on the lowest deck and had to find my own rope to tie it down. It was an oven down there and all my clothes were soaked...Yuk. Once upstairs I exchanged my Driving Licence for a room key, found the room then had a quick shower. Very nice, but it took me a good half hour to ...

First mass in Spanish and proof of family love

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 10, 2013


... which allows the priest to be closer to his audience, both in physical and spiritual terms, and the church was full, obviously. This is true for the 4 masses that are held each Sunday and for the one that is held on each evening of the week (Monday to Saturday)! Then, we went to the Colegio Cristobal Colon Preparatoria (CCCP), the prep school where Jorge went and where both his younger brother and his younger sister are going. It was the ...

Heading to Tepic!

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 08, 2013

... I saw a lot of nopales. With these three plants, we are far from Canadian maple trees and pines! Finally, Tepic is one hour behind Guadalajara. It means that, by the time I arrived in Tepic, we were two hours behind East Time and that, by the time I left, we were three hours behind ET. Oh yeah! Here in Mexico, we will only change our time on April 7th. Then, when we arrived in Tepic, I met with Jorge's father and younger sister and I took my first meal with them, as ...


A travel blog entry by lcridd on Jul 01, 2012

1 comment, 158 photos

... of coffee into the other pot. This requires a person to be awake as it is possible to pour boiling water on your hands – I learned this the hard way. Then at last after the boiling coffee has cooled you can drink it …and eat it. It feels a little bit like eating coffee because it is a mug of thick, black sludge. This is because to the filter lets most of the coffee grounds get through and into the mug.

I love this coffee and ...

Not So Epic Tepic

A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 25, 2011

1 photo

... much for tourists to do and see. Just locals going about their daily lives, making ends meet.

It was here that I had the cheapest haircut ever! 25 Mexican pesos = 1.15 British pounds = 15 SA Rands. No inflated tourist prices here! I paid what locals pay. My instructions were simple: "Por favor, solo corta los puntas" (Please only cut the ends). So now I'm split-end-free!

On to the next town...