Villa del Tepoz Fuego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at the most, bus trip away from Cuernavaca. From our house, we took a 'ruta', a mini bus, to the main market and from there a direct bus to Tepoztlan. A short walk from the bus station took us to the centre of the town.
We wanted to visit this town on a market day, and we learned that on Saturdays, crafts are sold in their tianguis. The town of 40,000 people fills up with people taking a weekend break from Mexico City to enjoy a pleasant day in the country. ...
... tasted a bit like onion), and tried some of the many kinds of spicy salsas. We had hibiscious flower juice, like the tea I brought back from Nicaragua, which was so good, I hope Waitrose have started selling it ;-) Before leaving we popped to a German bar and shop to try and find some black bread and German beer :-) there was a band on so we sat for a while listen to them in the beer ...
... served on spaghetti with lots of sauce and I loved it. Our waiter was a very nice older man who spoke to us in English, he didn't know that much but did a great job and made us feel welcome. After dinner we headed to the bar just up the road from our hotel we had drank at a few times before. This time instead of ordering cocktails we just had beers. There was also some entertainment, a singer, a big shouldered, tall lady, at first we thought it was a drag queen, she or ...
... families with young kids. The park is full of street vendors selling everything kids love - popcorn, ice-cream, chips, soda, candyfloss, toys, face-painting etc...to be a kid again!! Its a great place on Sunday. On weekdays, its rather quiet and feels completely different.
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Around 5PM I took a final walk to the zocalo. There were some performers that I watched for a little while. Then I took a 20 minute walk down a pedestrian street until I reached the Torre Latino. I paid to go to the top floor (the 37th). From there I had 360 degree views of the ...