Hotel San Sebastian

Address: Periferico Sur 96 Col Y Griega, Hermosillo, Northern Mexico, 83290, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Periferico Sur 96 Col Y Griega, Hermosillo, is near Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli, Museo Estudio Diego Rivera, Diego Rivera Studio Museum, and Museo Nacional de las Intervenciones.
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      Travel Blogs from Hermosillo

      Museum of Anthropology

      A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jan 24, 2013

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      ... br> To get to the museum from our hotel, we passed through Chapultepec Park, a lovely Mexican version of Central Park. Its right next to our hotel and has lots of beauty. We should spend some more time in there. More museums and castles to see. On the list.

      In the late afternoon, we revisited the Churros place as well the Pulqueria. I ordered two large pulque to go and drank them ...

      Xochimilco, Frida and Coyoacan

      A travel blog entry by exploreamerica on Jul 15, 2012

      176 photos

      ... play for us.

      Also at this site we saw a local tradition where five guys go to the top of a pole and lower themselves down by swinging around andaround the pole. It was quite interesting!








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      LIFE IN A REMOTE FISHING VILLAGE

      A travel blog entry by hardiek on Jun 08, 2012

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      ... 8217;s a tiny community here of similarly-minded ex-pat American hipsters (ex-Flagstaff, mainly) looking to get off the grid on the cheap, at least part-time—build a crib, put a lock on the door, etc. If that sounds sooo colonial, well rest assured the Mexicans do it, too. In fact, on weekends, and especially the Holy Week preceding Easter, the whole place takes on an entirely different personality, raucous and rowdy. Thus, this ...

      Ancient Mexico

      A travel blog entry by dosweeks on Nov 28, 2011

      39 photos

      ... tantrum at Simon cos he can’t take a photo. There were stares from other people on top of the pyramid… Oops. :0( I guess I am lucky he didn’t just chuck me off! But he still didn’t get the freaking picture right…. :0|

      So after me grovelling we bound back down the steps to the Plaza of the Moon near the Pyramid of the Moon. We take a vote not to climb this one (it ...

      You need more than two nights in Mexico City

      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on May 18, 2011

      59 photos

      ... 10AM to begin our walking tour in Historic Mexico City. We walked towards the Opera House, the old church where they were having local craft goods sales, and walked back towards the museum in the park that has a painting by Diego Rivera,
      Dream of a Sunday Afternoon.

      This is what I found on the net on the Diego painting.
      This fifty foot fresco takes ...