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

      Tepotzlan

      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. ...

      Tepoztlan

      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 ...

      Guanajuato...can't I just stay forever?!

      A travel blog entry by sarinad on Apr 13, 2012

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      ... stumbled across an alley where a band of troubadors were performing. It took a little while to work out what was happening (as my Spanish is certainly not up to scratch) but we soon realised that it was a profession of love. The men in the crowd were buying flowers, and offering them to the women they were with, on bended knee, professing their love. It was absolutely beautiful - we were getting a little teary. It had to be one of the highlights of all the performances we ...

      Second Interesting night (mom don't read this one)

      A travel blog entry by amc828 on Oct 31, 2010

      ... convo with different words a few times and then he grabs my face (not violently) to pull me in and that's when I got out of the car, walked to the ladies selling churros (bought one) and asked what way to Pipila through the underground roads (tunnels through the hills the city has been built above)...... it was far. Took me 45 minutes of fast walking to get myself to an area where I could see Pipila and knew 100% where I was and different routes back.
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      The Place of the Frogs

      A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 18, 2010

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      Guanajuato is an old colonial silver mining town built for that purpose alone. Thus, it is located in a completely improbably spot--in a gorge surrounded by steep mountains. The colonial center is at the bottom of the gorge, but most of the population lives perched on the hillsides around it. My hotel is up one of these hills on a callejon, which is basically a little alleyway. But here, most alleyways are staircases due to the way the city is ...