Villa del Tepoz Fuego

Address: Prolongacion Netzahualcoyotl # 43, Tepoztlan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62520 , Mexico | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on Prolongacion Netzahualcoyotl # 43, Tepoztlan.
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      Dia de los Muertos Weekend

      A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... So when you put a candle inside the melon, the etching is illuminated! Every single child was carrying a melon lantern with real fire it them, I was impressed. The kids go door to door, and recite a little poem to receive their candy that has to do with the "calavera" which is the skulls. We walked around a little bit more and went into someone's property who had an entire scene set up. They went all out. There were multiple skeletons, a movie projector, a place to take ...


      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Dec 16, 2013

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      ... emails to the alumni of his elite east coast university and the way he litters his speech with acronyms: USAID, NGO, MPP. This year he's empowering women in Latin America, but last year he was working on democracy promotion in Africa, and next year it's off to Vietnam to oversee microfinance development. Is there any world problem this whiz can't solve on a year-long contract, armed only with a cushy salary, company car, and housing stipend? Before you get ...

      What Sights?

      A travel blog entry by ocelotscott on Jul 10, 2013

      88 photos

      ... is as good as everyone - and I mean everyone - says. (I can't speak for the more troubled parts, but us backpackers tend to find that most places aren't as bad as they're made out to be...of course, that doesn't mean I'm attempting to hitch-hike into Arizona any time soon...)

      Food or sights? How many ruins and old and dead things do you need to see? Sometimes it's enough to read about them on the Internet. Let's eat.

      Tourist Week in Mexico

      A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Feb 02, 2013

      ... next 5 days! Sunday I couldn't eat anything, Tuesday I SHOULDN'T have eaten anything (paid for it) and the next days I mostly had chicken soup. Thursday I finally was able to eat 2 little tacos and a few snacks, but really I was robbed of all those wonderful times I could have had!!! Didn't even want to have a drink! For the first time in many many years, food and I were enemies. It was a sad moment in my life :-(
      But now its all good! :-) I'm back to normal and eager to make ...

      Aint no Mountain High Enough

      A travel blog entry by losingyourself on Sep 15, 2012

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      ... the top of this mountain is an old pyramid, which gets lit up in celebration once a year. Well, it just so happened that we were coming on the night that it was fired up like an eight year olds hair next to birthday candles.

      Thinking that it was a great idea to climb the mountain in our exhausted state, we started out at about 7:30 pm. At the base of ...