Casa Bugambilia

Address: 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. ...

      Traveling Solo

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Dec 23, 2013

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      Tepoztlan, Mexico - I'm often asked why I am traveling alone. Some may feel that given my Spanish, it's more madness than anything else. But, it's not all bad. While I have enjoyed traveling as a pair or in a group, it's easy to see the flexibility that's offered when one travels solo. Flexibility is one of the most important attributes to have when traveling through developing countries, where things can change fast and often. But these changes should be held in the spirit ...

      A weekend with my Mexican friends

      A travel blog entry by milla_taylor on Nov 09, 2012

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      ... the mountains. On route we pass over underground caves which you notice from the echo underfoot, and sample local sweet flowers which you can suck nectar from- delicious! Our route takes us to the top of one mountain which they have locally named "Cresta del Dragon" (Dragons Crest) where we sit and watch an incredible sunset... my first in Mexico and a wonderful way to start! The panoramic views were so beautiful and it felt ...


      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 20, 2012

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      ... or possible a prickly pear in English. It tasted like and had the texture of a potato.), beef, tomatos, avocados, onions, and cream. We had bread and tortillas with it. It was good, as was the freshly made pineapple juice that I had to wash it down.

      After lunch, I read a little to start preparing for my classes on Monday. Then, the highlight of the day, salsa!! I'm not talking about the food, but the dance. Sasha has been taking ...

      Pretty Little Town

      A travel blog entry by thelees on Jan 05, 2012

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      ... I'd be fine in the middle of the day. Besides I'm taller than the average Mexican, male or female. I can take them on! I was fine, except exhausted and overheated in the midday sun. I perched myself on a rock to take in the breathtaking views. From there I noticed a group of kids running up some stairs and into the little corner shop to buy some juice. They couldn't have been older than 4 years old. I decided that if this neighbourhood is safe enough for 4 year olds, it ...