Hotel Angel Inn

Address: Calle Hidalgo #204, San Felipe del Agua, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68020 , Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Hidalgo #204, San Felipe del Agua, is near Palacio de Cortes, Mixquic, Mercado de las Flores de Nativitas, and Observación de aves en Xochimilco.
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    Travel Blogs from San Felipe del Agua

    Hola to Mexico

    A travel blog entry by aidanellis9 on Jan 19, 2014

    ... and it was freezing cold. Another 1 and half hours to renya sisters house who lives outside of Mexico City in which I was told she lived in the centre. Metro. Hanging twice train local vAn then taxi then car ride from renya brother In law and u was finally at my destination 28 hours after leaving dans house in Honolulu. I was met by a beautiful little boy and girl and renya sister. I proceeded to my qrlittle room and was relieved to have my passport in the sun. Beautiful ...

    Day 21 - Lucha libre tour

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 05, 2013

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    Today I woke up and booked a lucha libre wrestling tour, I spoke to a guy named Jose on the phone who runs the tours. He said he will pick us up from our hotel at 8pm, he spoke good English and arranged tickets in the 6th row, a video explaining the history and times of lucha libre, a look through the flea markets set up out the front of the arena and then drops us back off after the show. The weather didn't look to great today but I wanted to hire some bikes and go for a ...

    Day 4 Basilica de Guadalupe

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jun 18, 2013

    17 photos

    ... is a big bell tower with a clock and a round part in the middle that at midday when the bells chime tells the story of the virgin marry Guadalupe appearing to Juan Diego. The round part opens up and inside are some varies back drops that rotate around and dummies of the characters in the story that move and interact while a speaker tells the story in Spanish. It goes on for about 5 or 10 mins while lots of people gather and watch. The first place we checked out was ...

    Salsatastic, Hiking and Horses and opera!

    A travel blog entry by angelmaclaverty on Jan 04, 2013

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    ... waterfall and a ruin site called Mitla. Took the Spanish explanation option at Mitla and understood everything! was very pleased with myself. The carvings looked more greek than Mexican to be honest.

    also randonly went to a free opera event at cocerthall. how cultural!

    then spent 3 days hiking from village to village in the pueblos around Oaxaca. ...

    How the Earth moved....literally!

    A travel blog entry by slw321 on Nov 18, 2012

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    ... be silent, but you would be wrong. There are other people living here and mostly they are respectful of each other but nonetheless they cannot help making a noise as they move around the kitchen (some of them seem to be nocturnal so it may be around midnight they choose to cook!). But the noise that is most common at night is the barking dogs. Those of you who are seasoned readers of my blogs will recognise a familiar complaint…..yes it ...