Posada Ali

Address: 2 Netzahualcoyotl, Tepoztlan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 Netzahualcoyotl, Tepoztlan, is near Chapultepec Park, Borda Gardens (Jardin Borda), Visitor's House, and Vista Hermosa.
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      Travel Blogs from Tepoztlan

      Tepoztlan - Magic Town

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 25, 2014

      31 photos

      ... figurines, candles and all sorts of health related products filled the vendors' kiosks.

      We visited a a small museum at the back of the former Natividad Convent, built in the mid 1500's. A poet from Tabasco, Carlos Pellicer, donated his collection of archeological pieces to the town, which includes a little figurine of the god Tepuztecatl, and they are on display here.

      A taxi driver (they are our best resources for everything Mexican), told us that ...

      Casa Azul - a dream come true

      A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Jun 11, 2013

      4 comments, 38 photos

      ... her father's house and lived their until she died,whereafter Diego turned it into a museum of their art and lives. I was fascinated by everything in it and I believe Tony was fairly impressed too. The town itself is colonial and full of lovely zocalos , or park gardens, with organ grinders (one of whom 'ground' Tony's ears to distraction !)wandering around playing continously. The town is full of artists and arty people, with a relaxed feel .The weather was fair and ...

      Speak Spanish, You're in Mexico!

      A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 19, 2012

      ... at this school are less than $250. You can take classes in the morning or in the afternoon, 15 hours a week. Studying Spanish in Mexico means that you can take what you learn in the classroom and apply it during at volunteer project. Teachers at ASLI focus on grammar, conversation, reading and/or writing- whatever your need may be. They’ll even continue on with you after you’ve left Mexico. Several volunteers still take classes with their teachers on Skype.

      Martha in Coyoacan

      A travel blog entry by andreajoy76 on Jul 28, 2011


      ... was as casual as you could get. Plastic chairs, jeans, and sandals, show up anytime between 11 - 1. We walked right in, she read over the script taped to the wall, put on a little makeup, combed her hair, and voila. We were in and out in ten minutes.

      Small, beautiful, children sat happily in plastic chairs waiting their turn to audition to be the kids being served their delicious yogurt. Martha, have you heard anything?

      Coyoacan is ...

      My First Week

      A travel blog entry by amycatalino on Sep 14, 2010

      6 comments, 8 photos

      ... approx 1 million people live here. Tere helped me learn about the bus ‘RUTA’ that takes me to and from work (which round trip costs 11 pesos, less than $1 USA). I live on a dead end street that has some party people living across the street. They play a lot of loud music, and a variety as well. Right now they are playing some slower Mexican music, but earlier this week it was the complete CD album of Britney Spears ‘Oops, I ...