Casa Calli Hotel & Spa

Address: Portal Guerrero 11, Cholula, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 72760, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Portal Guerrero 11, Cholula, is near Biblioteca Palafoxiana, Fuertes de Loreto, Cantona Archaeological Ruins, and Museo Nacional del Ferrocarril.
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    Travel Blogs from Cholula

    Talavera pottery

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

    2 comments

    Drove to Puebla this morning, arriving about 11.45am. The hotel we are staying in, Hotel del Portal, is in a fabulous location facing the main square in the Historical Centre. The Cathedral (Mexico's tallest) occupies an entire block of the main square. The other three blocks of the square are lined with cafes and restaurants, with the arcades dating back to the 16th century.

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    Cholula

    A travel blog entry by salsero on Sep 12, 2011

    ... the Americas by volume, although certainly not as high as Teothiuacan. I always thought that pyramid by their own right were built from the ground up, but I am not sure about Cholula. It could be all pyramid, but by what has been excavated it seems that Cholula is a pyramid engulfing a large hill. Something I'll need to check. For those who have never seen Cholula up close, it's surface is 80% vegetation and only about 20% ...

    Visit to an the largest pyramid, but it's buried!

    A travel blog entry by crystal87 on Jul 17, 2010

    37 photos

    ... no interest in that so I just checked out the view of Cholula and Puebla in the distance. There are pictures of these views as well. While walking around, we encountered some street vendors selling crickets.. ew... I took a picture. Some of the kids tried it. I consider myself to be pretty open to trying new foods, but crickets are definitely not something I am ready for.
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    In de ban van Ruines en Vulkanen

    A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on Mar 02, 2010

    36 photos

    ... en daar komt Hanna aanrijden. We besluiten om met zijn drieen verder te rijden richting Puebla.

    De route loopt tussen twee vulkanen door. Het is genieten. We zitten maar 65 km van Mexico City en er is zoveel natuur. Maar die zondag ook zoveel mensen. Overal eetkraampjes en wat doen deze uitbaters. Hun vuil storten ze gewoon naar beneden, achter het kraampje.

    Zondagavond kamperen we op 3000 mtr. De tenten staan nog maar net, op een klein vlak ...

    Can't swing a cat without hitting a church....

    A travel blog entry by travellingtans on Dec 28, 2009

    6 comments, 23 photos

    ... is a bigtime throwback to the colonial days of Mexico. It’s home to 70 churches in the city centre alone and all of the buildings have a real colonial feel. Hence the buildings are mostly only 2 levels (ground floor plus one above), the streets are open and mostly made of cobblestones instead of tarmac and it’s always built around a really nice park in the heart of the city where there is always a church and a municipal building.

    This place really ...