Hotel Alifer

Address: Morelos 11, Tlaxcala, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Morelos 11, Tlaxcala, is near Cabo Wabo Cantina, Playa del Amor (Lover's Beach), Cabo Pulmo Marine Preserve, and Baja Wild.
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      Travel Blogs from Tlaxcala

      Circling Mexico City and county towns

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jan 27, 2015

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... Could be a useful innovation in Premiership Football methinks.Also famous for the temple of the Plumed Serpent with beautiful relief carvings.and so to Puebla and an excellent hotel with a great restaurant, the Casa Reyna. Another Spanish town laid out in a grid with innumerable churches, convents and monasteries - many taken away from the church and converted to museums etc. One particular street had been the home of a convent where the nuns made ...

      Puebla

      A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Jan 05, 2015

      31 photos

      ... fish, sausages, salsas, moles ( sauce to go with meat, usually, and Peubla is famous for one made with chocolate, chilli, nuts and some herbs and spices) freshly made fruit juices big bags full of fried grasshoppers, hundreds of different chillies, I kid you not, dried, smoked, fresh or crushed, to name but a few sights.
      Then off to the chocolate factory, seeing the whole process and tasting the different stages of manufacturing . Definitely need some sweetener!! A very ...

      Climbing a Volcano

      A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 29, 2012

      5 comments, 32 photos

      ... meet us back in the parking lot sometime after 3pm.

      At 5am, later than we had planned, Oliver and I set out. We both carried mid-sized packs and hiked with headlamps and hiking poles. I hiked faster than Oliver and when I stopped to wait for him, turned off my headlamp. The stars were incredible. Shooting stars, one after another. Absolutely soul-feeding. A look over at PopocatÚpetl revealed a beautiful and magical ...

      Many actividades

      A travel blog entry by crystal87 on Jul 17, 2010

      29 photos

      ... cool. The stuff is expensive because it is all handmade by several artists.

      We browsed the market for a little bit, but it was a bit too touristy for us. The products were not hand crafted and were more expensive since we were in a typical tourist area. We at some lunch at a restaurant and then headed to the bus to go home.

      It was a good trip over all. I would like to return to Puebla to study spanish or just to visit in the future.
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      Tlaxcala

      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on May 15, 2009

      Well, it was my bright idea to visit Tlaxcala, capital city of the state of the same name, smallest in Mexico. Despite it not having any particular attractions, supposed to be a pleasantly set colonial town.
      Tired before I'd started, as the near vertical walk up slippery cobbled streets to the bus station killed me!

      The plan was 4.5 hours by bus to Puebla then an hour from there to ...

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