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

ArtSpot Day

A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Oct 18, 2014

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... had mostly English language booths, but then they had food too! I bought a sweet made from ground up pumpkin seeds called Esmeralda!! I also bought a coffee liqueur that was quite tasty.
Then, we made our way back from Puebla to Mexico City to the original hotel we stayed at. Elaine and I watched My Big Fat Greek Wedding on the way back! IT'S SUCH A PERFECT MOVIE!!
And unfortunately, ...

Eating REALLY Local

A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Oct 18, 2014

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... me) and Alicia and Andrea. We had a very nice meal and shared a lot of laughs. Tomorrow we perform at a conference where we will represent ArtSpot. It's for students who want to/are studying to become teachers, I think. It should be interesting! Fun facts: I saw two nuns Hitchhiking in Puebla and a man juggling fire. Word of the Day: Vaquita de San Antonio= Lady Bug ...

Day - 38 exploring Puebla and lucha libre

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 22, 2013

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... he had already left after his fight before the main event. We got a couple of photos with wrestlers, it was funny to see them walk out in normal clothes but their masks still on with a suitcase and then just walk off down the street, these guys are famous in Mexico but nobody knows what their faces look like and they don't even have drivers or cars? Thy just walk to their hotel. We walked back to our hotel and finished the beers in our fridge in great moods after another great ...

Climbing a Volcano

A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 29, 2012

5 comments, 32 photos

... Well, I spoke Germ-Span-Glish. With all kinds of new Spanish words swirling around in my head, I had a hard time switching back to pure Deutsch. Eventually we settled on English – Oliver and Peter’s English is better than my German - though I enjoyed the novelty of speaking German when I felt confident.

In the weeks leading up to our hike, I had expressed my concern to Oliver about the nonchalance ...

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

A travel blog entry by big_ph on Oct 23, 2010

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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 ...