Reyna Soledad

Address: 170 Tacuba , Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000 , Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 170 Tacuba , Zacatecas, is near Rafael Coronel Museum (Museo Rafael Coronel), Cathedral, La Quemada, and Museo de Guadalupe.
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    Travel Blogs from Zacatecas

    Zacatecas and the Masks

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Nov 26, 2013

    22 photos

    ... the old city was small enough to walk around in a couple of determined hours, we spent two days stomping up and down its steep hills just to see the highlights.

    The city has a magnificent “exuberant” Baroque cathedral with a facade so intricately carved that we spent a half hour standing on the pavement opposite picking out the finer detail. The Cathedral replaced an original parish church and was built over a 100 year period and has ...

    Masks, Museums & Mines

    A travel blog entry by benneal on Dec 01, 2012

    We totally fall in love with Zacatecas with it{s winding streets, crumbling, colourful colonial buildings and amazing museums. We wander the cobbled backstreets, taste amazing Gorditas, and go to see huge paintings in an old prison (where theres also surreal art and an artist who makes erotic tortilla presses!).

    We go to a massive collection of Mexican masks - and I mean ...

    Zacatecas pt 2

    A travel blog entry by sarinad on Apr 09, 2012

    18 photos

    ... was determined to get up and get moving! Michael really wanted to go on the cable cars, however, I was feeling a little scared about going up that high. These tiny little cars run down those cables so quickly...and when I finally got up there my vertigo kicked in and I couldnt do it. Luckily, we got to see the amazing views of the city whilst we were up there anyway. Definitely dont feel like I missed out on anything there, except maybe a heart attack.


    Cycling days 31-34: Durango to Zacatecas

    A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 20, 2011

    3 comments, 55 photos

    ... and veggies are so much cheaper here than they are in the States!

    After we leave town, a cyclist passes us along the highway. Later, we catch him at a junction and talk for a little while. Juan is 60-years-old and cranks 45km every day! Like Avel, Juan says, “Mi casa es su casa.” Seems like the cycling community around here is small but very supportive. Juan’s place is a little off our route, so ...

    Zacatecas: Live To Fight Another Day

    A travel blog entry by skiphunt on Sep 07, 2009

    ... block-houses. I’m sure there must be some very nice parts of Aguas Callientes and it looked like it is likely a pleasant enough place to live, but I wasn’t feeling it. Onward to Zacatecas. Just a little over an hour, I was at the foot of the centerpiece mountain called La Bufa that Zacatacas is wrapped around the base of. Navigating Zacatecas is a bit tricky since the typical city grid evidently ...