Casa Bugambilia

Callejon Tepopula 007 Valle de Atongo , Tepoztlan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45150, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Callejon Tepopula 007 Valle de Atongo , Tepoztlan.
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    A travel blog entry by hangnl18 on Jan 08, 2014

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    Today we went to Tepotzlan which is a city 40 minutes away from Cuernavaca known for the beautiful views of the mountains and the magical feeling in the city. We toured a museum first and then hiked up a mountain to a pyramid. Before starting our hike we stopped to use a bathroom. This was my first encounter with paying to use the bathroom. We payed 5 pesos and in return got a little bit of toilet paper and a direction to get to the bathroom. After stopping ...


    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Dec 16, 2013

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    ... alcohol altogether, and instead opts for herbal tea. A conversation with The New Ager might seem normal to begin with, but you won't get very far before she casually mentions the fact that your aura is looking a little bit blueish today. She'll believe absolutely anything you can possibly make up, especially if you throw in something about indigenous peoples or Eastern religions, so as your empty beer bottles pile up, she can become a valuable source of ...

    Kisses and corpses in Guanajuato

    A travel blog entry by ristohannah on May 17, 2011

    94 photos

    The beautiful university city of Guanajuato (meaning 'hill of frogs' in the P'urhépecha language) was founded in 1548 and built around mines after the Spaniards discovered silver in the area. In the 18th century it was one of the richest cities in the Spanish empire, producing around two thirds of the world's silver.

    These days it doesn't produce quite so much silver, But it is, unsurprisingly, another Unesco World Heritage site.


    Like a Venice I Love

    A travel blog entry by traermc on Jul 24, 2010

    5 photos

    ... a story I only recall from reading a children's version many years ago. It reminded me of pacing through the Renoir exhibition in Paris with a special man I met there almost this time last year. I was really impressed and felt somewhat guilty for never researching mexican painters. I could imagine so many of them on my walls when I have my own house.
    Every time we went inside a church or museum, we tied Brody up on the closest (and strongest) thing ...

    First week of a long trip!

    A travel blog entry by southernxposure on Jul 14, 2010

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... variation of beans and rice and tortillas, but always very good. Then I've got the afternoon and evening free and either the school is organizing something (we went on a tour of the city Monday, which was really helpful; today we tour an old silver mine outside the city) or I run into classmates to have dinner with or wander on my own. Yesterday I spent half an hour just sitting in a garden watching kids play by a fountain, then discovered the huge indoor market, the size ...