Hotel Amatlan de Quetzalcoatl

Address: Nino Artillero S/N, Tepoztlan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62520, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Nino Artillero S/N, Tepoztlan.
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      Dia de los Muertos Weekend

      A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... the guy running the place was super hippie, bless him he looked dirty, but was very friendly. Well, we arrived back in our room to discover that we had left the window open, and there was a BIG SPIDER INVASION. Spiders on the wall, VERY LARGE spider (that I named Horatio) on the ceiling, and yeah, no bueno. Luckily, Jorge and Pablo took my tea tin and a piece of paper and took the spiders outside. The only spider remaining was Horatio because he was out of reach, so he stayed the ...

      Traveling Solo

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Dec 23, 2013

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      ... I've also found that if you're intent on getting to know different cultures, a staying with local families gives the best insights into the nuances of various societies, such as the Mexican taste for cow's stomach. Thanks to, I have access to this insight, which wouldn't be available through a hotel. Since I'm entering people's lives for a short time, being alone gives my trip a smaller footprint, making the adjustment of a guest into a host's ...

      A weekend with my Mexican friends

      A travel blog entry by milla_taylor on Nov 09, 2012

      13 photos

      ... mountains, a location creating sanctuary away from the town. We were greeted by a large amount of Possums which seem to guard the pyramid and await unaware tourists :) The view was magnificent and a reward for the climb.

      In the afternoon we travel south to Taxco, the 2nd largest producer of silver in the world after India. This is a quaint colonial town set into the hillside, with winding streets up and down and around ...

      Kisses and corpses in Guanajuato

      A travel blog entry by ristohannah on May 17, 2011

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      The beautiful university city of Guanajuato (meaning 'hill of frogs' in the P'urhépecha language) was founded in 1548 and built around mines after the Spaniards discovered silver in the area. In the 18th century it was one of the richest cities in the Spanish empire, producing around two thirds of the world's silver.

      These days it doesn't produce quite so much silver, But it is, unsurprisingly, another Unesco World Heritage site.


      Like a Venice I Love

      A travel blog entry by traermc on Jul 24, 2010

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      ... br> San Miguel Allende is about an hour from Guanajuato and we decided to make a quick stop there (despite not having the time to spare), where Charlie got to see an old friend of his who runs a gallery in this awesome place called 'Fabrica La Aurora' - a very well laid-out, chic but charming, open-concept art and design centre, which used to be a cotton factory way back when. Checked it out, got lunch, went on our way.