Hotel Villa Las Rosas

Address: Av. Insurgentes Poniente No. 100, Tepic, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Tepic

The Northern Route Through Mexico

A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 31, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... fact that we are driving a 4 door ¾ ton Ram, and it takes up a lot of room, but size does matter and we kept true to the GPS and followed it in one block, turned back towards the way we came, and then not turning back towards the road we came off of, turned the opposite way for a 10 block run through the back roads of town. We held true, made a right hand turn back at the main road, and were again heading in the right direction.

This would not be the end ...

Final preparations before going to Puerto Vallarta

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 23, 2013

... my second blog entry in Spanish and this time, I didn't forget to put pictures! After breakfast, I finished my second cultural report on the use of the word "Chingar" and its derivatives and sent it to Enrique. Just before we left, I also sent an e-mail to Étienne Hubert (the French teacher) to let him know that I had ...

A Canadian at the Mexican nation celebration party

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 09, 2013

... to the Feria, which the Mexican Nation Celebration Party. Yep! A Canadian at the Mexican Nation Celebration Party. It is similar to Quebec's Saint-Jean-Baptiste but it lasts a month! There were many funfair stands, clothing stores, radio station booth, restaurants and food stands, night clubs, bars, a go-kart track, rollercoasters, carousels, etc. We saw also an aboriginal ritual called La Danza de Los Voladores. You can seek for "The ...

Mexico200

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 ...

Mary's Gold

A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 27, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... ve invited him in, just for the body heat. We also heard confused roosters cock-a-doodle-doing at 4am, echoing and replying to one another around the lake.

So I guess you gathered that we hardly got any sleep that night. Lovely as the lake was, it was not lovely enough! So much for spending our anniversary here. We were ready to leave after just one night. Paying almost as much as for a campsite as a hotel room with ensuite and cable TV in Tepic is just ...