Hotel Dona Lala

Av. Venustiano Carranza # 11, Tlacotalpan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 91461, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Venustiano Carranza # 11, Tlacotalpan, is near Calle Independencia.
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Travel Blogs from Tlacotalpan

Tequila Tour

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Feb 15, 2014

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... the three largest tequila companies in the world. They say the largest Tequila operator in the world is Jose Cuervo and this museum supposedly used to be his house. Jose Cuervo is not the tequila for locals here. The tour guide said it is
pretty much used for commercial exportation. The second largest I think was Sauza and it was bought by Jack Daniels? The third largest was bought by a British ...


A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Jan 25, 2014


... and then thrown into an oven, a dark pulpy mass results. A few steps later the sugary liquid is put into large vats which are left open. There is a fungus (yeast) that is attracted to the citrus trees and that funky fungus finds its way into the vats and gorges on the sugar thus beginning the fermentation stage. The end result of the various Herradura tequilas will have delicate citrus notes, quite yummy. It was a very complete and informative tour that ended, as ...

Cats and Donkeys, Port and Tellenovellas

A travel blog entry by outram on May 27, 2013

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... blindly away from anybody who might attempt to speak to him. Later we realize there are no touts *people who try to lead you anything you might possibly want in the hope that they will make a few cents. I personally miss touts who have lead me on many adventures thru out my travels and many great hostels. We walked past the port which is purposely half underwater so the boats can pull up ...

Tequila, it makes me happy

A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Jul 31, 2010

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... oh yeah. We bought our ticket from a very nice lady who spoke excellent English, and she said that because we had 'come so far' we were to be magically upgraded to the tour above the one we had paid for (a whopping 100 pesos or 5 squids more; but hey, it was a FREE upgrade! More importantly it meant we got to drink more, posher tequila), and we were duly issued with a fetching flourescent orange wrist band (they totally love the whole wristband thing here).


Arriba – Abajo – al Centro – al

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Apr 03, 2010

3 comments, 70 photos

... looked different, there were no palapas, and the region seemed very volcanic. After several hours, we saw our first fields of blue agave. They were pretty as they blended into the surrounding hill sides well.

The road moved from a two lane winding road to a toll road of 4 lanes and much faster traffic. You are given an option to take the toll road (90 km/hr) or take the libre ...