Hotel Agua Escondida
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Agua Escondida Taxco
Beautiful residence. Rooms are very small but clean and well decorated. A bit spooky walking around at night as there are alot of dead ends with no lights and it is a very old building. A little overpiced. Staff were lovely but we had a language barrier as they couldn't speak English and we can't speak Spanish.
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Today is Monday, February 3rd. I am sitting in our covered rooftop mirador, birds singing in the trees all around me, dappled sun coming through the slats in the bamboo roof and enjoying the slight breeze and near perfect temperature. Chris has gone for a run in the Chapultepec Park and I am writing. Not so bad - to write a blog in these conditions.
Last Friday, we were invited to have 'cocktails' in a house right in the city of Cuernavaca. The American couple, who were ...
... went on a Sunday, so many of the silver tiendas were closed, but our guide helped us scope out the best deals. Other highlights included touring the beautiful Catholic church with Spanish influence, followed by a rooftop lunch overlooking the pueblo. I got lots of great deals and discovered my skill of bargaining ...
... I, of course, said no, too expensive.
Halfway on my trip to the bus station I noticed that the taxi's speedometer wasn't working. Thank god cause I think traffic was going at about 110kph in close quarters. The taxi ride cost me $200 plus propina.
It was 12:30 when I got on an Estrella de Oro bus for Taxco. The bus is half full and very super comfortable with reclining seats and leg support. This bus ride cost be $148 which is less than half the taxi rides ...
... These girls looooved Shiela - she was such a good playmate for them! Whenever Shiela tried to take photos of them, they grabbed her camera and wanted to learn to use it. It was so cute how every time they'd get the camera, they would carefully put the strap around their necks before picking it up.
Then we went to the big market behind the main square and it was an experience. It started down a staircase into a crowded courtyard, then led through a huge maze of ...
... strategically placed bottle beside the cash register. I guess their thinking is that if they get you slaughtered on strong shots, then you will probably open your purse a little wider and buy everything they say is "bonita".
We declined the mezcla and continued to try on more rings until we had finally made our choices. Mum needed to get her ring resized and they were good to their word that it would only take 15 minutes to take away and get some more silver ...