Termas De San Joaquin

Address: Carret Villa Garcia Icamole km 10, Saltillo, Northern Mexico, 25910, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carret Villa Garcia Icamole km 10, Saltillo, is near Museo del Desierto.
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    Travel Blogs from Saltillo

    One night is enough

    A travel blog entry by rays_travels on Aug 18, 2015

    6 photos

    ... the hotel I'd originally chosen and had to scramble to find an inexpensive place. Walked around looking for a place with wifi and a little privacy - ended up in a quiet booth in KFC, but after lunch (nugget meal under $4), I needed a local phone number to get onto their wifi. I didn't want to get too far away, 'cause the bus leaves at 0845. Asked a taxi driver to take me to a cheap hotel, and he took me to the most expensive ...

    Over the Border

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 21, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... being mined and piled and moved and burned. There were coal fired power plants and steel mills. I was in shock. Where I expected a small country town I found a bustling industrial city pouring pollution into the sky.

    Then out onto the high arid plateau again -- and south in a straight line until a wall of hills. Finally had some motorcycle fun, winding up and down the mountains for a while til I dropped into a ...

    Saltillo to Melaque

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Nov 15, 2013

    1 comment, 53 photos

    ... is supported by various industrial means, Chrysler, Mercedes-Benz and General Motors all have major assembly plants where 37.4% of cars and 62.6% of trucks produced in Mexico are assembled in Saltillo, according to Wikepedia. Saltillo is also an important manufacturing conglomerate that makes home appliances, silverware, and auto parts.

    The purpose for our trip was for Lulu to perform at a wedding of our Mexican friends Cecy and Mauricio, who we had met last year at Roca ...

    First day in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by ironworker025 on Nov 29, 2011

    6 comments, 7 photos

    We finally made it into Mexico. We have had many breakdowns on this trip and yesterday we had yet another and had to replace the calipers and pads on both of the rear breaks so it put us back another day.

    Our crossing at the Pharr bridge was uneventful, it took 20 minutes after we got to the window to secure our vehicle permit. A young woman made a brief walk through our MH, she said it was pretty, and wanted to know how much it cost and we were off. At the 100 ...

    Happy Thanksgiving & Happy Bithday!!!

    A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15 on Nov 22, 2007

    ... her father and friend Liliana. I was confused going in because Lili made it sound like it was not a graduation ceremony but rather an event to honor the completion of degrees, but i think it was a graduation. It was similar in many ways but also different in some, I liked the things that were different and kindof wish we could adopt some of them. The set up was similar: a gym and stage with flowers and teachers in robes and colors seated upon it. ...