Maria Benita

Address: Lopez Velarde #319 - 21, Centro Historico, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lopez Velarde #319 - 21, Centro Historico, Zacatecas, is near Museo Universitario del Chopo, Museo Nacional de San Carlos, Puente de Alvarado, and Railway Station.
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Travel Blogs from Zacatecas


A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Dec 01, 2013

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... some are just interesting. In the evenings as the temperature cools and the city lights up and the atmosphere changes, there are dozens of century-old cantinas to choose from and, if exercise is your thing, callejoneadas, or musical street parades led by a mezcal (think tequila, but stronger) laden donkey, are a common event. What you sense in Zacatecas is a real city with real people and a community that is proud of its history and heritage -there is ...


A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jan 27, 2013

... major hotels also are there, W, Marriott, Intercontinental. Stayed at the Marriott last time and I think staying in the Four Seasons is much better.

We just took a punt and chose a Spanish restaurant which was not bad but not great - the calamari, octopus were good although the seafood paella was just average. After lunch we tried the famous icecream place ...

Street food tour

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica on Jul 17, 2012

1 comment, 82 photos

... and exciting to see lightning strikes from that high up.

In the evening I met up with Bryan and some new friends: Etan from Israel, Mohammad from Egypt, Annica from Australia and David from Spain. We went down the block for some beers. Frfom there we went for a dinner.


Zacatecas pt 2

A travel blog entry by sarinad on Apr 09, 2012

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... around at all times. They have automatic weapons strapped to them, and are quite terrifying. We generally just stay out of their way, however I have been searched on the street a couple of times.

The language barrier is strong, and we have only found the odd one or two people who speak a small amount of English. Looking around, we've only spotted a couple of people who look like Westerners.
This adds to the fun of it though...we've had some ...

Ancient Mexico

A travel blog entry by dosweeks on Nov 28, 2011

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... alace_(Mexico)

After this we headed to the Templo Mayor, which was one of the main temples of the Aztecs in their capital city of Tenochtitlan (Mexico City). This place wasn't discovered until the 20th century (like mid 1970's) – before that there were just standard buildings on here! It looks pretty cool now and the best bit is the museum… it may ...