Hotel De La Borda
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel De La Borda Taxco
Travel Blogs from Taxco
... guide, which if you understand anything about their pay rate, these guys rely heavily on these type of rebates.
So after our obligated lunch, tacos of course, and 2 silver shops, we were released on our own for 2 hours. We all agreed to one day return to Taxco for an overnight visit. What a charming town full of cozy squares and picturesque markets. The Spanish influence was evident as you strolled around town, ...
... my second attraction in this area if I had time but I had to make my way to the Museo National de Antropologia as this was my primary focus in coming out to this part of the city.
... Bobbie had spaghetti bolognese and due to not being that hungry from my breakfast I chose a banana split to tide me over until dinner. It didn't take long for us to get tired again so we walked back to our room and did some looking into things to do and places to stay when we get back from the Rancid concert in Philadelphia this weekend. We decided that tomorrow we would go to the basilica de ...
... interesting, and challenging, and a little more complex from a personal security perspective. This blog is public so this will be my last post, at least for some time.
... into the mountains was very pretty and when we arrived it was obvious why this old colonial city is so popular with weekenders from Mexico City. The centre of the town was built on the side of the mountain and the cobbled steep roads were terribly narrow. The taxis were all old VW beetles with the passenger seats removed to fit the luggage. It took two of them to take us from the bus station to the Hotel. Mi Casita was a small friendly hotel at the top of ...