Hacienda Hotel La Escondida

Carratera Huamantla-Puebla, Huamantla, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Carratera Huamantla-Puebla, Huamantla, is near Biblioteca Palafoxiana, Fuertes de Loreto, Cantona Archaeological Ruins, and Museo Nacional del Ferrocarril.
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Travel Blogs from Huamantla

Ep. 26 First step in central america: Puebla

A travel blog entry by itsthejourney on Jul 22, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... a visitare la citta’, con il suo volcano attivo (da cui esce sempre una scia di fumo) e le sue 250 chiese e il centro coloniale.

Dopo aver speso un po di tempo con degli amici qui a Puebla e’ ora di continuare la nostra avventura in America centrale e un bus ci porta attraverso una valle deserta verso la nostra prossima meta, la citta’ di ...

The REAL Cinco de mayo

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 22, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... relaxed visit in Puebla.

Tuesday we woke up, got ready, and headed out to find breakfast. We sat in a little cafe with a great view of the main church. Then, we walked to a bus station and headed towards Cholula, a town with a pyramid on the outskirts. We didn't really know where to get off in Cholula, I was expecting a bus station, and so we didn't get off until the bus driver had reached the end of his route and told us we had to get off. Whoops. ...

Day 37 - A new hotel in the city

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 21, 2013

2 photos

... how young they start trying to earn money over here. There are also the fair share of beggars who just want a hand out. A man came up and asked if I wanted my shoes cleaned to which I replied "no gracias" but it seemed he didn't take no for an answer and just started doing it, so I let him go for it, he was a nice guy, he spoke a little English and he did a great job, bringing my shoes back to brand new, so I payed him 50pesos and he moved on. Being ...

Climbing a Volcano

A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 29, 2012

5 comments, 32 photos

... it was that I approached the hike as a kind of scouting trip for a future ascent.

I found it both amusing and fitting that we were heading up the side of a huge Mexican volcano squeezed into a VW beetle. When we stopped for lunch at a roadside stand, I felt as though we emerged from the beetle like clowns from a clown car. Oliver and Peter are both taller than I am, and they don’t lack in the lankiness ...

Hiking to the summit of 'La Malinche' - 4461m

A travel blog entry by big_ph on Oct 23, 2010

7 photos

I was in the lucky position to join that perfectly organized trip of David, a teacher at the Colegio Suizo de Cuernavaca, whose plan is to climb the top 5 mountains of Mexico (the 2nd highest can't be climbed because it's an active volcano) with his students. 'La Malinche' is the 5th highest mountain and is therefore the first one of his project. So about 25 students, some parents of the students ...