Aristos Hotel

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

Day - 41 Safari in Puebla

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 25, 2013

... we tried to see the white tiger 2 times at Chapultepec zoo and couldn't get a decent view. The next part I was looking forward to was the area with the lions, hippos and chimps. This area you park the car and get out for a look, the lions are behind a window and one male lion was right next to the screen for everyone to see, there was also a cub right near him, due to how hot it was all the animals were just laying around asleep for the most part, this is what ...

Climbing a Volcano

A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 29, 2012

5 comments, 32 photos

... about in terms of her feet, knees, stomach, chest, and head. Like the Grand Tetons, her chest is the apex. The active volcano, PopocatÚpetl, "The Smoking Mountain", lies just a few miles to the south and stands 560 feet higher … at least until it blows its top.

As I began looking into the possibility of climbing Izta, it became clear to me that although it would be safe to hike without technical gear – ...

UNESCO site Puebla

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica on Jul 10, 2012

... first
stop was in the city (town?) of Cholula. The highlight there was the
church and it was wonderfully adorned and decorated. We drove around
Cholula bit afterwards. Definitely not a modern place at all.


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 ...

The Magic Town

A travel blog entry by oaxaca on Sep 18, 2009

8 photos

We took a taxi the remaining way up the mountain to the "Magic Town" of Capulapam. The people were preparing for a special celebration day with carnival rides, parades and lots of traditional food.

Although our stay was relatively short due to the rainy weather...we were approx. 8000 feet up the mountain and wanted to head back down the mountain to Oaxaca in case the conditions got worse...we embraced the magic of the town.