Hacienda Hotel La Escondida

Address: 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

Circling Mexico City and county towns

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jan 27, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... immune to the fire!} But we have discovered some very acceptable Mexican wines - the longest wine-making tradition in the Americas apparently.
Then on to Puebla with a stop en-route at another ancient site we had managed to miss in our meanderings getting to Cuernavica. Xocichalco, famous for its elevated situation, a great ball-court (pelota - played at all these ancient sites as a re-enactment of the will of the gods where a wrong move could cost you ...

Puebla

A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Jan 05, 2015

31 photos

... ka) Dropped our bags at the hotel and walked straight to the market where we had a very good meal. There are people with open fires who will BBQ meat and vegetables of your choice. A few salads, salsas,avocado and of course wheat tortillas to complete the meal. A real carnivore feast. Pork, beef and chicken All cut very thinly and then BBQed.
The fresh food and veg selection is amazing, many of which we did not recognise, big bags of different coloured beans, breads, cakes ...

Day 37 - A new hotel in the city

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 21, 2013

2 photos

... The salsa didn't look that great and we were not sure what was in it but we ate it anyway. They also brought out chilly sliced up and as usual I ate the chilly, it wasn't as hot as the others but still burned, but if you mix it in with the nachos it was good, Bobbie also joined me in eating the chilly this time. While we were eating, lots of people and kids come up trying to sell you stuff, I'm talking little children selling lollies and gum, I ...

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 ...