Hotel Amatlan de Quetzalcoatl
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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So, we were staying at my grandma´s that lives near downtown Mexico City and so we took the subway all the way to the TAXQUEÑA TERMINAL and from there went out from the subway area and into the TAXQUEÑA BUS STATION where we bought with OCC buses the ticket to Tepoztlán. We really didn´t ask how often the buses go but I believe every 30 minutes. The buses are pretty on time and comfortable. They even show good movies.
Once you arrive ...
... It's really beautiful and interesting the way Mexicans view the afterlife. It's very colorful and joyous. They celebrate it in a way that is different from in the States and I like it very much. After we found the cemetery, we were walking across a road that had a small river flowing through it. We followed the river down to where people were swimming in it! There were two little boys playing in the water, and one of them was holding a stick and on the end of the stick was ...
... be found clutching the local bottom-of-the-barrel brew to show his solidarity with the people. If you want to start a conversation with The Idealist, casually mention that you've been looking into volunteering later in your trip - The Idealist has already volunteered in countries you can't even find on a map and isn't afraid to tell you all about it. Plus, The Idealist has a friend of a friend who's volunteering where you're thinking of going right now! ...
... we had missed the bus by 2 hours, when in fact we could have made it comfortably. None of us were bothered however as we got to enjoy another day enojoying the city and doing a little ´planning´, a technique that we are yet to try, but possible for the first and only time. Only time will tell! PS Do to camera issues, my picture collection is lacking of recent, but this should be sorted soon, but in any case James has plenty of pics and a much superior camera, so enjoy ...
... pyramid is kind of a important pilgrimage place for Mexico (the pyramid is a symbol for the not entire repression to the Spain's), Mexicans from all over the country were climbing the mountain. For some it was more exhausting than for others...depending on how exhausted you looked when you arrived on top, the crowd was shouting and cheering.
When think about pyramid you may think about a huge construction...this one is maybe ...