Sierra De Alica

Ave. Mexico No. 180 Nte, Tepic, Pacific Coast, 63000, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Ave. Mexico No. 180 Nte, Tepic, is near Plaza Mijares, Galeria Museo, Margaritaville, and Boulevard Mijares.
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    Travel Blogs from Tepic

    Over the Tropic Of Cancer !!!!!

    A travel blog entry by davey1212 on Aug 19, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... road it was a good ride. The difference from Baja is incredible as everything was green and as I rode south and inland it became lush. As there appeared to be storms in the evening I thought I would get somewhere to stay between 16-00 & 17-00 and also to get out of the heat. The town of Tepic was not too far away and entering I passed a couple of nice hotels but I needed ...

    A Canadian at the Mexican nation celebration party

    A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 09, 2013

    Saturday. Like every day during this weekend, it has been a well-elaborate day! However, it began very slowly. We took our breakfast all together, I had some time to work on my blog, chat with my girlfriend and watch a soccer game on the TV. We left Tepic heading to San Blas, closer to the Pacific Coast, around 2 PM. There we visited a tourist place called La Tovara where they take us on a journey on this river and where we can see all the ...

    Mexico City and leaving the country.

    A travel blog entry by adn on Oct 27, 2012

    6 photos

    I cannot believe it! I am on holidays!
    I left Toluca; spending the day in this Mexico City and around is a nice way to say goodbye.
    In 5 hours, just before going to the airport, I got to do quite a lot of sightseeing!

    A slight handycap is that I had Buffalo Wings for dinner and I could not help it, eating all of them. So it took a while to be able to sleep and I am not so fresh. But the excitement compensates, as it ...

    When Opportunity knocks. . .

    A travel blog entry by oconnor27 on Mar 11, 2012

    4 photos

    ... dishes, I have gained a great deal of respect for a cuisine mostly thought of as tacos and beans. For the past two weeks I've been in the kitchen learning as much as I can, from the wide variety of salsas, amazing soups, salads with noplaes (cactus) to the exotic escamole or ant egg. Escamoles were actually super good and not awkward to eat at all. They are generally cooked in clarified butter and seasoned with fresh epazote(mexican herb) and salt, spoon ...

    Mary's Gold

    A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 27, 2011

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... London nor L.A. - a jukebox that plays music videos! Fancy coming across it for the first time in small town Mexico.

    Walking back in the dark with a dying torch, we were thankful for the crescent moon that made our path adequately visible. Occasionally overhanging trees would block its light, then bats revealed themselves - "the terror that flapped in the night". We had a bottle of insect repellent at the ready in case one of those barking dogs decided ...