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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    Travel Blogs from Tepoztlan

    The 2km climb to El Tepozteco

    A travel blog entry by mexitraveller on Jul 27, 2015

    23 photos

    This day was not a normal adventure day, no, it was a day full of lessons, a day full of blessings, full of messages and since then, I have gone back to seeing more clearly... nothing has changed, only my attitude...

    But let me start from the beginning...

    My sister came to Mexico City for a visit from Cancun and she decided to do with me anything I wanted for my birthday and so, as I had heard amazing things about it I chose for us to go and climb the 2 km high to ...

    Tepoztlan - Magic Town

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 25, 2014

    31 photos

    ... day, just to do the pyramid climb.

    By the way, it takes about 1 - 1 1/2 hours to get to the summit, but apparently one's efforts are rewarded by the wonderful views on the walk and the sense of peace when one reaches the pyramid. The pyramid was built sometime between 1150 and 1350 A.D. in honour of Ometochli Tepuztecatl, the god of pulque (similiar to tequila), fertility and good harvests.

    We walked around the clean and well-organized open air market ...

    Kisses and corpses in Guanajuato

    A travel blog entry by ristohannah on May 17, 2011

    94 photos

    ... San Miguel de Allende named Juan José de los Reyes Martínez, nicknamed El Pípila.

    He was a famous figure in the Mexican War of Independence because during the fighting he tied a big flat stone to his back for protection like a shield. Crawling on his hands and knees he then carried a torch and flask of tar to the doors of the Alhondigas de Granaditas, a thick-walled granary which the insurgents decided to attack when Royalist troops made a ...

    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 ...