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Avenue Constitucion 300 Oriente, Monterrey, Mexico
Jose Vasconcelos 300 Oriente, Monterrey, Mexico
Padre Mier 194 Pte, (formerly Doubletree Rio Monterrey), Monterrey, Mexico
Retorno Fundidora 100 Col. Obrera, Monterrey, Mexico
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... , after another nice long bus ride (made longer by the many-hour delay at the border, for no apparent reason), we arrived in Monterrey. Our main goal here was simply to break the bus ride from Houston to Mexico City into two more managable parts, by ...
... to Mazatlan. But then time and money and backtracking changed the plan. So I started out in Monterrey and plan a route closer to Mexico’s eastern shores instead. This is Mexico’s third largest city and apparently its economic champion. ...
... going to take me a few days to actually start feeling it J. Bizarrely enough as I’m writing this in the hostel in Monterrey, some Austrian guy plays loudly on his cell phone Bregovic’s Mesecina in the common area. Not the music I expected my ...
... nbsp;Elias and Myrna Valdez also were here to meet us. Jon had just arrived from Houston. Monterrey is a sprawling city of 3.5 million. third largest in Mexico, but by far th most advanced. A 45 minute drive takes us to the home and convention ...
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Magallanes 517, esq con Zaragoza, Colonia Trevino Monterrey, Northern Mexico, Mexico
This museum outlines the history of glass and the glass industry, featuring some beautiful examples of 20th-century glass art.
Alfonso Reyes 1000, Col Regina Monterrey, Northern Mexico, Mexico
This important art museum houses the entire artistic heritage of the state of Nuevo Leon in Northern Mexico.
Dr. Coss, 445 Sur, Zona Centro Monterrey, Northern Mexico, Mexico
A historic street in downtown Monterrey passing through the Plaza de los 40 Años and the Mexican History Museum.
Carretera 40 hacia Saltillo, 40 Km de Monterrey Monterrey, Northern Mexico, Mexico
Stunning and dramatic caves dating back more than 50 million years ago.
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Posted by visor2040
... take you in. The drug dealers USED to kidnap Americans for money but now they'd just kill you for the publicity . Also in Monterrey there are many white (or white-er) people around. It'd be easier for cops to spot you here in Mexico City .
Posted by mmbcross
Travelling between islands in the Caribbean is quite an expensive proposition. As Starlagurl found, the fare from Monterrey to Barbados came out to over US$ 1,000. Incredibly locals don't travel much between the islands. They are more likely to ...
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