Mandarin

Address: 112 Isauro Alfaro Nte., Tampico, Northern Mexico, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 112 Isauro Alfaro Nte., Tampico, is near Museo del Templo Mayor, National Palace (Palacio Nacional), Plaza Tolsá, and Museo del Ex-Arzobispado.
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Travel Blogs from Tampico

Hola Mexico City!

A travel blog entry by frolan on Nov 14, 2014

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... such a largely populated city that it made Calgary seem so teeny. The main roads were pretty smooth and well taken care of and while cars seem to change lanes rather impulsively, other cars are able to respond well to it. I was actually surprised at how smooth the driving is despite the erractic-ness if that makes any sense. I think is the driving culture so coming from Canada I am not used to their style of driving. We drove through several neighborhoods before ...

Ciudad de Mexico

A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jun 02, 2014

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... was a great place to stay with awesome breakfast and nice people. We mostly walked around in downtown Mexico city, which is huge with 22 million people living there. Mexico City is full of Museums so we checked out a few, with the Museum of anthropolgy being the biggest and best one. Great exhibits about all different indigenious groups in Mexico but unfortunately mostly in spanish. We really have to work on our spanish. Another day we ...

Mexico City and Pyramids

A travel blog entry by kezzah16 on Sep 25, 2013

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First full day in mexico, after a decent nights sleep on our bunk bed experience we got up early to have our free breakfast. Fair to say we will take the extra hour in bed tomorrow as it wasn't anything to be missed. Cereal con leche was just vile, with no english tea in site we settled for the negro tea. To be fair we had tasted worse tea having no milk in it. With ...

Did you enjoy the Magazines?

A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Jan 21, 2013

... were!
As an english congregation, we search for any foreigners but also any Mexicans who know english sufficiently well to have a basic conversation. Sure, maybe some are more interested in the benefit of practicing their english rather than learning about the Bible, but after studying for a little while and visiting the congregation, the information begins to reach their heart and they become truly amazing studies.

On another note, I think ...

Mexico: Mexico City

A travel blog entry by daria_juergen on Aug 22, 2012

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... 8211; Zocalo, Plaza Mayor and in front of the Palace de Bellas Artes.

As now in Mexico is the rain season we had every day sun and hard rain in the evening. Such rain creates big problems for the city - the streets are full of water what create big traffic jams. However this happens anyway every day with huge amount of cars in the city!

The next day Alonso recommended us to go to Xochimilco area. This is a nice little ...