Aristos Hotel

1114 Miguel Jeronimo Martinez, Huejotzingo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, PU 1, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Huejotzingo

Day 42 - Puebla to Veracruz

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... rundown houses, after a while it got to dark to see. It wasn't long and we were in Veracruz. It was about 10pm and the heat and humidity hit you in the face as you walk off the bus. We got our bags after I asked a security guard where we collect them and got into a taxi which the man who gave me the bags hailed for us. We sorted out the destination and got on our way. It was a reasonably short drive, the city didn't look much at night and it was really hot, ...

Day 37 - A new hotel in the city

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... the area. We found our way into the Zocalo which was only a short walk away. There were lots of restaurants and shops and people, and a beautiful garden in the center with statues, also the massive main cathedral of Puebla right next to the square. We sat down for an afternoon beer and snack, I had a sangria to start and Bobbie a corona and we ordered nachos. The nachos where round corn chips with a lightly colored salsa in one cup and melted cheese ...

Climbing a Volcano

A travel blog entry by srbruner


... Well, I spoke Germ-Span-Glish. With all kinds of new Spanish words swirling around in my head, I had a hard time switching back to pure Deutsch. Eventually we settled on English – Oliver and Peter’s English is better than my German - though I enjoyed the novelty of speaking German when I felt confident.

In the weeks leading up to our hike, I had expressed my concern to Oliver about the nonchalance ...

Hiking to the summit of 'La Malinche' - 4461m

A travel blog entry by big_ph


... mountains higher than 4000m in Switzerland is definitely completely different from going up to 4461m mountain in Mexico - it's a nice hike.

By the way, the name of the volcano 'La Malinche' comes from the Aztec lady La Malinche. She was the interpreter and beloved of the Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes around 1520. Only thanks to La Malinche was Cortes that successful in his ...

Volcanoes, Quesedillas, Waterfalls and Chameleons

A travel blog entry by mybigtoe


... we were called back by a park ranger, or their version of it, because, unbeknown to us, the road was closed due to the fact that the volcano is on a warning level of Yellow, meaning that there's a chance of some **** going down.
Again, useful to know.

That said, when you look at Popo, you can see the smoke streaming from the top, showing that it is still active. The other volcano on the other hand was obscured by cloud.



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