Reyna Soledad

Address: 170 Tacuba , Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000 , Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 170 Tacuba , Zacatecas, is near Cathedral, Rafael Coronel Museum (Museo Rafael Coronel), 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

    ... town.

    The historic centre of Zacatecas is listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO and it is a status it richly deserves. Established in the 16th Century, the city grew wealthy on the rich mines that surrounded the town and gave it a reason to exist. By the time that Royal Navy retread James Cook was sailing up the east coast of Terra Australis, Zacatecas was a wealthy, sophisticated city of beautiful buildings and shady plazas. ...

    Zacatecas pt 2

    A travel blog entry by sarinad on Apr 09, 2012

    18 photos

    ... a lovely Irish girl tapped me on the shoulder to ask for a cigarette and she (Aine) and her fiancÚ (Peter) came and joined us at our table. It was refreshing speaking English for the first time with other people, and they were a blast. Mum & Michael headed off around 10, and we stayed on for another few hours, drinking red wine and chatting. Aine is one of the funniest girls I've met, and had me laughing all night.

    Today I woke up feeling a little ...

    Cycling days 31-34: Durango to Zacatecas

    A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 20, 2011

    3 comments, 55 photos

    ... fruteria (fruit and veggies), and carniceria (meat), and the local market (where we eat lunch).
    So many specialized stores and we’re still missing cookies, chips, and milk! We’re running out of time though, so we hurry back to the hotel to pack up and check out. On bicycles again, we head back to Plaza de Armas to figure out which direction to leave town. While there, Avel (the bicyclist from Llano ...

    Zacatecas, hold the sour, extra guacamole

    A travel blog entry by stanfalk on May 19, 2010

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... throbs and swells up to about 30 times it normal size after having an anvil dropped it. The walking tour of Guadalajara ain`t happenin` that AM. I go to the pharmacy and buy a bunch of athletic tape and try taping it eight ways from Sunday to see if anything would work but it didn`t. So i figure I better limp to the bus station and go someplace where the sights are packed a little tighter. I hear someone say Zacatecas is nice. I never heard of it. Sounded ...

    One more ring

    A travel blog entry by roadtrip2010 on Jan 26, 2010

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... with my tail between my legs. It turned out to be great! There was an extensive playgournd with trampoline! in perfect view from our table where the kids jumped themselves silly. The food was very good as was the service. And shortly after we arrived the other tables finished up and we pretty much had the place to ourselves. The name of this fine establishment, in case you’re in Zacatecas, is El Gandul, and I highly recommend it. And yes, it put us over ...