Hotel De La Borda

Address: Cerro del Pedregal 2, Taxco, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 40230, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cerro del Pedregal 2, Taxco, is near Franz Mayer Museum (Museo Franz Mayer), Silver Museum (Museo de la Plateria), Casa Humboldt, and Museo Guillermo Spratling.
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    Travel Blogs from Taxco

    The resting place of Herbie the Love Bug

    A travel blog entry by rjknowltn on Feb 24, 2015

    19 photos

    ... 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, ...

    Tacos, Tequila and CORONA

    A travel blog entry by muchachasontour on Oct 08, 2013

    2 photos

    ... with other travellers from our hostel, and a trip to the Aztec ruins at Teotihuacan.

    The highlight of our trip so far has to be our next stop: Chimo, via Puerto Vallarta. Nadia spent four months living in a small village on the Mexican coast during her year abroad, teaching english in the school there. We met up with all of her friends over the course of the weekend, and finished off in Chimo (two buses, a boat and a canoe ride ...

    Intro to Mexico

    A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Dec 31, 2012

    12 photos

    ... because of everyone being away for the holidays. Anyway, I'm a little freaked and I'm driving a standard. Also the roads don't make sense, everything is in circles and if you miss your exit you have to keep going forever to find a way back. Some areas are ok but others are sooo scary full of trucks and taxis and buses all cramming down the road with no regard to any road lanes while funneling into a one lane bridge.
    So, that being ...


    A travel blog entry by williams12 on Oct 01, 2012

    8 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Time to Play

    A travel blog entry by slw321 on Sep 01, 2012

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... you could describe the terrain as "Nepali flat"!

    Anyway we trudged off, up some never ending steps, to the main square or “Zocalo” and found a restaurant for breakfast. As you will have seen in the last entry it was a massive pancake (or hot cake as they called them) which I smothered in maple syrup! Oddly it was served with slices of water melon, but the best part was the endless refills of coffee! We both came away ...