Aristos Hotel

Address: 1114 Miguel Jeronimo Martinez, Huejotzingo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, PU 1, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1114 Miguel Jeronimo Martinez, Huejotzingo.
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Travel Blogs from Huejotzingo

Puebla, City of Angels

A travel blog entry by kristymay86 on Apr 07, 2015

10 photos

... of their way showing us the items on our list, allowing us to try and recommending other specialties. Yum! Lunch was amazing trying some local specialities including: Tacos al Pastor Árabes - marinated pork on flatbread Queso fundido con chorizo - a pot of melted cheese with chorizos on top served with flour tortillas. Frijoles charros - a spicy, meaty, bean soup. Cochinita Pibil - corn tortilla with pork from in a tomato based sauce. Laugh The girls found much ...

Day - 38 exploring Puebla and lucha libre

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 22, 2013

14 photos

... and also a family behind us which a little girl made friends with Bobbie and was blowing her kisses and saying bye bye at the end of the night. We had another great nights entertainment and of course once again Thunder won his match, we tried to get his attention after his fight to get a photo but had no luck. There was a great fight at the end for the title that lasted a long time and had everyone on the edge of their seats, the guy in blue we were going for, who was the ...

Climbing a Volcano

A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 29, 2012

5 comments, 32 photos

... looking out at the beautiful countryside.

When Oliver and I grabbed our bags and exited the bus terminal in Cuautla, there was Peter, waiting for us with a big smile on his face. We squeezed our gear and ourselves into Peter’s ’93 VW beetle and headed toward the volcanos. Oliver and Peter are both Germans who married Mexican women and now reside in Mexico. For the first third of the drive, we all spoke ...

Volcanoes, Quesedillas, Waterfalls and Chameleons

A travel blog entry by mybigtoe on Oct 22, 2010

2 photos

... to you how high up it was, but let's just say that even on a clear day the top wasn't highly visible.

The road from Amecameca to the first stop for the volcanoes took about 40 minutes, driving up steep roads, going around hair raising bends, and seeing beautiful rock formations and scenery.

The photo i have placed on this blog is to show exactly how high up we were as my photos don't show this - there was no place to take ...

In de ban van Ruines en Vulkanen

A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on Mar 02, 2010

36 photos

... fall asleep to be woken up again at 4 AM by more fireworks. We now know for sure: Mexicans love noise!

They say there is a girl cycling ahead of us. Everywhere we go people talk about her. In Malinalco we finally run into Hanna from Sweden who travels alone. Together with Hanna I go check out hotel room and see a nice grassy spot at the patio of the hotel. After long talking and bargaining we are allowed to camp on the patio although we have to pay too ...