Residencias Mexico Plaza Tepeyac

Calle La Morena 104, Leon, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 37130, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle La Morena 104, Leon, is near Galería San Miguel, Galería Atenea, Academia Hispano Americana, and Instituto Habla Hispana.
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    Travel Blogs from Leon

    Salsa!!

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 20, 2012

    7 photos

    ... as Sasha and I are both used to being the girl in the pair, it was pretty slow. However, everything changed when another guy showed up. The teacher paired us up, and I had a BLAST! He'd been taking classes for 2 months and was a great salsa dancer. Johannah, I kept thinking about you and wishing you could have been there too to learn some of the moves. There's definitely one that I can teach you, and then the teacher kept saying, remember, vuelta, ...

    Like a fairytale

    A travel blog entry by mtaylor1752 on Apr 11, 2012

    10 photos

    ... t do it. so back we walked and jumped back in another taxi.

    There is a funicular railway here to Guanjuato which takes you up to a similar lookout. We are looking at doing that tomorrow. We will see!
    Update - Strict water shortage in the city at the moment. Only one of us got a shower this morning before the water ran out.Its the early newsagent who catches the shower in these parts. Jen is doing her part in conserving - she has switched to wine.

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    Mario y Victor en Guanajuato

    A travel blog entry by andreajoy76 on Jul 29, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... tied together on their heads and back. Of course I had to know why and while frankly it seemed potentially dodgy to engage these men, they kindly explained that they 'd be lighting the mountain’s trail with the cans so the hikers could have a lit path on their pilgrimage up the top. They let me take pictures, we let them take ours, and I’m so glad that I smiled at them and asked.

    This hike was no joke. And while we got to the top in about an hour, Robyn ...

    A dramatic entrance!

    A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Aug 02, 2010

    12 photos

    ... happy because I had a massive michelada (a beer mixed with tomato juice and chili), which seems to surprise a lot of people as I would appear to be the only 'gringo' that drinks them, although all the locals do! Afterwards we saw a mariachi-like band playing in front of a church and a massive crown of people; they had gotten some 'volunteers' from the audience to dance to their tunes, one of whom was a little old lady who was coupled with a ...

    A Classy Art Shop and Dinner on the Town

    A travel blog entry by hmplewa on Jul 21, 2010

    30 photos

    ... on the project, Holly and I went out to dinner. On the way there, I stopped in Jardín Unión to look at some paintings. There’s this guy who is always there and makes these absolutely beautiful paintings of the city. I ended up getting a painting (done with spray paint) for $50 pesos, which is about the equivalent of $4.50 in dollars. The painting is absolutely beautiful. It’s of the tunnels here.

    Holly and I ended up eating at a place called ...