El Santuario Hotel And Spa

Address: Carretera Colorines KM 4.5, Valle de Bravo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 51200, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Colorines KM 4.5, Valle de Bravo, is near La Quebrada, Laguna de Coyuca, Palma Sola, and Casa de Mascaras.
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    Travel Blogs from Valle de Bravo

    Fun in Acapulco

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Nov 08, 2015

    11 photos

    ... ship we had a quick shower and met up with Roger and Judy in the Captains Club. Steve ad Sue were also there and we ended up persuading them to come too. I had spoken to a taxi driver, Frederico, n the Terminal and he had promised to take us to a great restaurant with fine wine and great views. He was true to his word.

    He drove us right through the centre of the city. As it was a Saturday ight there was a lot of traffic and the Corona bars were humming. ...


    A travel blog entry by goeran on Oct 31, 2015

    7 photos

    ... beach, walked around and to the movies. there are soldiers stationed in the tourist zone cleverly disguised in green under palm trees on the boardwalk. I didn't take a foto since I didn't want to get shot. the movies... we watched something with scarlet and it was quite awful and boring. at 02.35am we got on the overnight bus to puerto ...

    A day in Acapulco

    A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Oct 26, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... air seating to eat, so if you are looking for relief from the heat, you won't get it while eating, unless you go to Micky D's or Subway. They have AC.

    Not sure I see the big attraction to the place unless what you are looking for is a fast-paced club environment, which does seem to exist. I guess we'll know more tonight if we go out to find supper.

    Heading south again tomorrow, so more then.

    The Longest Day!

    A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Oct 25, 2015

    ... repetitious. Lots of palm orchards, banana plantations, and rivers that were running high and fast and looked real brown from all of the mountain runoff. Still encountered some scattered storm damage along the way, mostly flooding, rocks and mud on the roadway, with a few downed trees and branches. But generally pretty normal.

    But every town/village in come through has a speed bump at the entrance to and exit from the community, minimum, with most having ...

    Acapulco and the corruption

    A travel blog entry by saraandkike on Oct 05, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... police were just taking the biscuit. We parked the car and literally ran to the first bar we saw which turned out to be a Mexican cabaret bar, hilarious and certainly cheered us up! There's literally bars all along the front but they are pretty much all the same, cheap food, beers and sand. We ended up staying in a place called hotel Olimar which was about 10 minute drive from the main avenue. Looked decent enough and was super cheap for Acapulco. We basically ...