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

Talavera pottery

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on May 06, 2015


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Puebla is famous for its 'Talavera' pottery. We were lucky enough to be shown around the only Talavera workshop in the Historical Centre and watched the potters making various items and the artisans hand painting the individual pieces. No door knobs. But I had to buy something of this famous pottery so bought a plaque with three hooks.

After a group lunch, we were left ...

Day - 41 Safari in Puebla

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 25, 2013

One of the major tourist attractions in Puebla is the Africam Safari located just out of the city, we had decided we would take the safari trip a few days before but due to moving hotels we had to push doing it forward to today. The Africam safari is a big circuit you drive around in a car and all the animals are just hanging out on the side of the road, its all in different stages, each stage set up like the area the animal comes from. It was another beautiful sunny ...

Day 37 - A new hotel in the city

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 21, 2013

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Once again we had a bad night with the tiny bed and the allergies from dust, also there was a concert down the road which was blasting music all night, it wouldn't have been that bad but due to the heat we kept the window open to try to keep cool. We had until 2pm to check out and then check into our new hotel at 3pm. We went and had subway for a late breakfast and lunch, then went back to the games arcade. Last night during our shoot out the trigger on ...

Climbing a Volcano

A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 29, 2012

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... supplies. His energy was being sapped.

Hmm… I really wanted to keep hiking, but I also wanted to be safe. Oliver and I made it up to the Grupo de los Cien Hut (around 15,500 ft.), where many hikers spend the night before heading up to the summit, and came up with a plan. Earlier, Oliver and I had shared a snack with two young guys from Colorado who said they were going to hike to “the knee”. ...

Volcanoes, Quesedillas, Waterfalls and Chameleons

A travel blog entry by mybigtoe on Oct 22, 2010

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... overlooking Mexico City, and even if there was we were so high up, that you couldn't have seen it.

Mexico City is 2240m above sea level, the camp where we stopped was 3900m above sea level.

Itzel's dad is working at this camp, so while he was doing some work we strolled around. It was beautiful, though unless we were going to hike, we couldn't do much more than just look.
We started to climb a road that goes closer to ...