Casa De La Mina Vieja

Cuauhtemoc 48, Cuernavaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuernavaca

The City of eternal Spring

A travel blog entry by tigerjo


... sounds) and some Tepoztlan ice cream. The town is known for its ice-cream and the little stands are practically covered in signs advertising the myriad of flavours available Every one was delicious!

After a slow wander through the village and a visit to the tianguis I caught the bus back to Cuernavaca and went to meet up with Axel and some Argentinians who were also travelling through. We went for beers at a Spanish surfer's place before heading back out to a now ...

Pat and Gail's Week in Cuernavaca

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp


... wealthy silver miner in Taxco, Jose de la Borda built a home across from the Cathedral and added a botanical garden with hundreds of fruit trees and ornamental trees that were brought over on galleons from Europe. He had an artificial lake built and several fountains. Over years, the mansion and its gardens had many different functions - a vacation home, a botanical garden, an inn, a postal delivery station and public offices. In 1865, Emperor Maximilian and his wife Carlota used ...

Have a Coke and a Smile!

A travel blog entry by tim.gerdmann


... was down for maintenance and bottles the disposable products. The plant produces its own bottles in a blow forming machine and then the bottles move through a process very similar to the other side.

The ingredients for the Coca-Cola are shipped from Atlanta, Georgia to Mexico City where they are mixed and the syrup is produced. It is then shipped to Cuernavaca in lots of two containers for a total of 2600 liters this is enough ...

Favorite Day So Far!

A travel blog entry by hangnl18


... we actually look like we went to Mexico! The weather was absolutely perfect, with not a cloud in the sky and the sun beating down on you perfectly! The water was so beautiful that you could see all the way to the bottom and the small fishes swimming too. After laying out in the sun and swimming for a good 5 or so hours we were ready to go home! It was a long day in the sun that completely wiped me ...

Day 33 - El Rollo

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... cab out the front and within 10 minutes we were outside the park. It was so exciting I couldn't wait to get into the fun. We got entry and hired a change room, got dressed, covered ourselves in sunscreen and went to the nearest water slide to begin the fun. The first slide you go down on a blow up tube two at a time, it wasn't that big but it was still pretty fast and good fun. It was about 35oC, we couldn't have asked for a better day. Throughout the day we went ...


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