Hotel Bungalows Lolita

Address: Blvd. Arturo San Roman 33, Ixtapan de la Sal, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 51900, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Blvd. Arturo San Roman 33, Ixtapan de la Sal.
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    Travel Blogs from Ixtapan de la Sal

    Iglesia

    A travel blog entry by ksorum on Jan 20, 2013

    4 photos

    My host family invited me to attend their church service this morning. Although it was Catholic, it was very "Alegro" or fast, as my host mother called it. It was a beautiful church surrounded by tropical trees and colorful restaurants and shops. It was a very upbeat service, with a lot of singing and instruments. I enjoyed it a ...

    I Spy Something.... Mexico

    A travel blog entry by losingyourself on Nov 11, 2012

    5 photos

    ... s probably wrong too. In a world so large and diverse, there can be no absolute. So, let's try and keep an open mind and try to play a little nicer. The following thoughts come from my experiences thus far in Mexico. I'll try and give an opposing view point to that which American's typically hold towards Mexico/Mexicans. Disclaimer: My ideas are not wrong, but they're not right either.


    Tacos!
    Yes, Mexicans eat tacos. ...

    Balkan Music in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 28, 2012

    ... is Balkan music? Coming from the gypsy culture in the Balkan region (Romania, Greece, Serbia, Turkey, Bosnia, Croatia and Macedonia), this genre includes instruments such as the accordion, clarinet, brass instruments and the violin, as well as others that you’ve never heard of and I can’t spell (doumbek, gajda, kaval, santouri, tambura, tupan). This culture has started to become pretty popular in Mexico; last month, ...

    Burning Judas

    A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 23, 2011

    ... and then jump around with the Chinelos. Escape from the wriggling, hopping circle of Chinelos and families was impossible, so we stuck around to enjoy the fireworks that exploded just a little bit too close for comfort. So much for fire and safety rules here. I seriously love Mexico.

    Here is a link with some great pictures, and also a more detailed (focused!) description of the burning of Judas. ...

    Sept - Mexican Independence, Zumba, and More!

    A travel blog entry by amycatalino on Oct 04, 2010

    6 comments, 14 photos

    ... I thought we would be helping people simply by making wheelchairs, however, I've come to discover that giving people with 'different capabilities' an opportunity to grow and thrive in the workplace means so much more to them, and that is the real mission.

    There are many more things that I am pondering in my head other than simply "What I'm DOING" or "Who I'm doing it with." I have been really struggling with my Spanish. Some people ...