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

Too much to see, too little time

A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 21, 2014

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... Cathedral on one side -- we went in for a peek but it was in the middle of Sunday services and jam-packed full of people, so we left. On a second side, there's the Presidential Palace, which is closed to tourism but you can see it from the outside. The third side had another palace, brightly decorated for Christmas. There were some enthusiastic costumed street performers dancing with feathered hats to the beat of drums just outside. The fourth side appears to be mostly ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by meelimtravels on Sep 21, 2014

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... was the Torres Latinamerica (tower of Latin America), which to put frankly, was a **** hole. I don't know why it was an attraction as it was a really tall ,old, window covered building. Much like the Bank West Tower in Perth, only worse and it looked like plastic. What a waste of time. We'd read about some markets called Mercado de Antojito in a neighbourhood called Cayoacan which was south of downtown. So we hopped on the subway (courtesy of a generous Mexican man ...

Bananawho?!

A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 10, 2013

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... Special kudos to the guy that pretty much set up his own one man band then busted out Bryan Adams Heaven with a world record of reverb! Where I was staying was really well connected with the metro lines, but again, pretty much outside every subway exit was another market selling a combination of rubbish CDs, tacos and clothes.

The first day, hung out and caught up with Alex, visiting the Carlos Slim (World’s richest man) museum where he had his own private ...

Pyramids, Mexican Wrestling, Aveca and Tacos!

A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Jun 25, 2013

... each other and scored a $100 peso discount of the already cheap ($400 peso) tickets. Seeing as we had limited time before the wrestling, we raced around to all the rides. At one point after lining up for twenty minutes, we decided to buy a Flash pass (conveniently, $100 pesos) and skip the lines for three rides. This turned out to be an awesome decision, as we practically went right to the front of the best rides, saving us probably two hours in waiting ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Oct 30, 2012

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... its no wonder we went straight to bed after checking in.

Wednesday 31st October

Had a long sleep in today after having such a late night but we managed to get up in time for breakfast which was a delicious yoghut and watermelon mmm. After breakfast it was back to the hostel room where we stayed for a while as we had alot of logistics and organising to work out for our next few ...