City Express Tepotzotlan

Autopista Mexico-Queretaro, Km 42.5 S/N, Tepotzotlan, Estado de Mexico, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 54600, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tepotzotlan

First Day of Work

A travel blog entry by ellyschofield

Today was my first day working at Pro Mujer, a microfinance organization that gives small loans and provides basic primary health care services for its clients, or "socias." Pro Mujer is a unique organization in that it gives loans only to women and also provides the option of basic health screening services that are not always easily available in the public health sector.

Today I traveled with my supervisor to a small town ...

That's Amore!

A travel blog entry by mtaylor1752


... with their little babies seem a little younger perhaps very early twenties.They have a very strong family ethic. The mature hawkers can be ok - not pushy.A no gracias is sufficient. The children a little harder with their packets of gum and their sad faces. The beggars of the side of their streets. The guide book suggests that most of them are professional but occaissonly you relent. We have walked past a group of 3 children, the boy playing ...

Pretty Little Town

A travel blog entry by thelees

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Georgina had recommended a cheap student restaurant near Casa de Diego Rivera that had both tasty and cheap food. At $35 pesos (less than 2 quid) for a 3-course meal, it really can't be beat! I opted for the tortilla soup for starters, steak and potatoes with rice for the main, and arroz de leche (cold rice pudding) for dessert. The portions were so big, that was both my lunch and supper sorted!

Roadworks were underway across the centro making ...

Kisses and corpses in Guanajuato

A travel blog entry by ristohannah


... 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 ...

A tour with the two most charming of men

A travel blog entry by jojotdog


On to Leon with the two Jose Luis'. Jose Luis the younger is a wealth of remembered information from his art history classes. We first went shoe shopping then on to the church Expiatorio
in Leon where Jose Luis the younger was able to tell us all the history of the church, the arcitectural influences and various events that ...

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This 2 star hotel is located on Autopista Mexico-Queretaro, Km 42.5 S/N, Tepotzotlan.
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