Terrasse Hotel

Avenida Fernando Villalpando 209, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Fernando Villalpando 209, Zacatecas, is near Rafael Coronel Museum (Museo Rafael Coronel), Cathedral, La Quemada, and Museo de Guadalupe.
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    Travel Blogs from Zacatecas

    Back On Track (The Manky Old Hag)

    A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 25, 2013

    107 photos

    ... We decided to leave, not being able to take any more yee-ha and Mexican Hat Dances!

    Said goodbye to Henry for that night, then me and Claudia went to a local bar, where some of her friends were, for a battle of the bands competition. Was absolutely rammed, and it was clear which band the locals were there to support.Still, it decked out X-Factor style , with the conventional styles of judges, and there was a big uproar when the popular band came ...

    Za Za Zacatecas!

    A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jun 25, 2012

    24 photos

    ... mezcal from small ceramic mugs that the partygoers wear around their necks. Sometimes the mezcal is conveyed in metal pots or jugs by a donkey! (I saw this. Totally awesome!) The party winds its way through the city, ending up in the Plaza de Armas where the party continues with more music, more mezcal, and dancing. I sat and watched the festivities as several groups found their way to the square, causing a musical sensation of numerous bands playing simultaneously. What a ...

    Zacatecas in the Holy Week

    A travel blog entry by mtaylor1752 on Apr 06, 2012

    13 photos

    ... to start. In the restaurant the consequences of our little Spanish comprehension is immediate. We quickly scurry through our Spanish phrase book for menu items but to no avail. We recognised Tapas and Pollo (chicken) and threw a dart at another item on the menu.We were not disappointed. The food was beautiful, the tapas unlike our own - far more flavour and spices.
    After dinner, outside the restaurant was ...

    Cycling days 31-34: Durango to Zacatecas

    A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 20, 2011

    3 comments, 55 photos

    ... a breather. When we finally get back on the highway and make the turn, Shirley is hoping, “please let there be a shoulder. Please, please, please!” YES! A SHOULDER! A nice, big, beautiful shoulder! Relieved, all we have to concentrate on is battling an angled headwind. No big deal…we’ll take that over fearing for our lives any day.

    The last couple of hours in the day go slowly, but smoothly. ...

    Zacatecas: Live To Fight Another Day

    A travel blog entry by skiphunt on Sep 07, 2009

    ... something I should document. I had enough time left to extend my stay an extra day for it, and it just so happens that I hit the city right when they were having them, so… why not? For some strange reason, I found myself trying to find the most difficult route up the mountain they call La Bufa overlooking Zacatecas. There are taxis that go up to the top. There’s a sky car that goes up. My motorcycle was parked ...