Hostal Casa Abierta

Address: Coliseo #107, Centro Historico, Valle de Bravo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Coliseo #107, Centro Historico, Valle de Bravo, is near Aroma Spa and Museo de Artes Populares.
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    Travel Blogs from Valle de Bravo

    Travel day of agony

    A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Jun 16, 2015

    ... but a lot of guessing. Removing our battery and putting the chip in their phone etc. What was dumb was that they did not compare settings on their phone to ours. Duh. But 20 minutes later I want to go. I wanted to go a while ago. So we say ok, ok. The calls work and texting. How about a refund. A resounding NO. Because the problem is your phone not the chip.
    Ok fine I'm out. And I walked out. Went back to Starbucks and we had a messge sent an hour ago! Yes, they are home ...

    Game of thrones.

    A travel blog entry by khaikhai on May 08, 2015

    ... after my A Levels. Now it is back to haunt me.

    Nonetheless, it is a good thing to walk. At least I can explore the city a bit. I refused to bring my camera along. Only the phone camera. So I am forced to look at my surroundings and absorb. It was indeed a very long walk. 1 hour and 30 mins, thereabouts. On the way, I see huge houses. Kind of makes me think about the huge income disparity here in Mexico. I'm not sure if it is a good thing or a bad thing for the society ...

    Day Two Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by jess.hiew on Dec 13, 2013

    7 photos

    ... bus and at first I thought again made another big mistake as the traffic was insane but you eventually get moving . Based on one day of observation Mexicans drive like crazy people . There are no lines on the road so cars can drift in and out as they please . I guess it's like Asia . The bus took me to a nice neighbourhood called Polanco . It's a high end place with boutique shops and houses . I sat down to my first authentic ...

    Normando's adventures

    A travel blog entry by xnlife on Jan 01, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    This is a annual flying trip to Mexico to get into the Sun! Flying is second and a bonus after the next on in 2014 I will be going to travel a lot more and the plan is to be a bit of a parablogger for all my travels ...

    Day trip to Teothulcan

    A travel blog entry by dna_adventures on Dec 26, 2012

    33 photos

    ... take a photo. We did this once and headed off to the next stop. This was a local family that ran their business dedicated to tourists. They used a lot of local stone, mainly obsubiance. This gorgeous black rock makes some nice ornaments and various pieces of jewellery, and very expensive! The man there took us on a tour of the place. He started outside and talked about the cactus plant and it's many uses (main one being alcohol...tequila and mezcal, medicine, and the ...