Hotel Mision Naucalpan

Address: San Luis Tlatilco 2, Naucalpan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 53370, Mexico | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Tlalnepantla/Northern Mexico City area of Naucalpan, is near Teleferico, Samaipata/Santa Cruz Road, Santa Cruz Zoo, and Parque El Arenal.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mision Naucalpan

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Naucalpan

Home is Where The Heart Is

A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Mar 09, 2014

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... diseases, some circumstantial, many self induced, some hereditary and a few imagined, he fell asleep in peace laying on his bed and surrounded by his devoted wife Yolanda and his sons Emilio and Juan Carlos.

During the 9 months I lived in Mexico last year, I had the wonderful opportunity of visiting my uncle and aunt almost every week to enjoy a cup of coffee, some galletas Marias and a Bible based conversation.
The Bible was my uncle's favourite ...

GETTING ORIENTED IN THE DF'S SPRAWL

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 01, 2013

... a Negra Modelo beer [excellent, Roddy] and sincronizadas, a lightly toasted ham sandwich, quartered, accompanied with refried beans and a spicy guacamole dip; not bad at all 95MP [25/60/10]. I wish places would give you more of the local music rather than American stuff. I really didn't need to hear 'I'm so excited' over dinner.

Back up to the room to update the blog draft and bagged out before 2045, needing some sleep.
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4. Lost in translation, or just plain lost?

A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 13, 2012

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... A group of three men with painted faces, headdresses and loincloths performed some kind of Native dance. I passed an elderly woman wearing a poncho chanting and waving burning sage around a young woman in a jogging suit. A trio of acrobats were jumping rope. I watched them long enough to determine they weren’t very good and crossed the street to the travel agency.

I had been planning how to ask in Spanish if they could help me buy a bus ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Jan 03, 2012

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... Sopes con crema y Queso to start. This was bland, dry shredded chicken on a soggy tortilla covered in an equally bland sauce and crumbled cheese. The best thing about it was the refried beans which were actually very tasty, but not enough to save the dish. For main I had Tacos Playeros Deliciosa, which was a complete oxymoron. These were even more tasteless than the sopes. Normally I’d leave a 10% tip even if they spat in my food, but this was such a bad meal I ...

Day of the Dead

A travel blog entry by karynina on Nov 02, 2011

... many trick or treaters. It was a crazy day.

Today, though, is the real day of the dead. A blend of Catholicism and native tradition from the aztecs. Every grave has the orange marigolds on them to invite the souls to come back. People are partying and remembering their loved ones. This is a day of celebration, not sadness. One can tell by the cemeteries as they are highly decorative.

Some tell stories ...