Hotel El Refugio

Address: Revolución, 4, Tlaxcala, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 90166, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on RevoluciĆ³n, 4, Tlaxcala, is near Silver Museum (Museo de la Plateria), Museo Guillermo Spratling, Casa Humboldt, and Aduana Maritima.
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Travel Blogs from Tlaxcala

Shreveport cabinet hardware

A travel blog entry by elmoyak53 on Mar 21, 2014

... problem while changing hardware in future if you choose non-standard hardware. Knobs are classified as the most flexible option the way it requires only one hole during installation whereas pulls are the other way around. For smaller areas innovative hardware could be enjoyable choice. You will discover Cabinet Drawer Pulls or door pull handles in flowers, glasses, leaves, etc. While they are expensive but they is ...

Rocking my way through 10K

A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Aug 12, 2013

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... endurance releases endorphins and results in a positive mind". Well that sounds great, but first you need to "increase that endurance" with a head full of negative thinking and bad experiences! Besides a body that hates you for pushing it. So in my case I decided to "borrow" that positive mind and feelings. My friend Shannon back in Canada loves to run, eat healthy and be positive, basically she is a ...

Tourist Week in Mexico

A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Feb 02, 2013

... for a while.
For example we went to an area called Coyoacan, which is the Bohemian central of Mexico city (hippy skirts everywhere, yay!!!)
We also went to visit a house/museum from 2 famous artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo (great artists but very messed up).
Monday was the day chosen to visit the historical downtown area...well, it turns out Monday is the only day of the week when all the expositions and sites are closed!! Duh! :-(
And last but not ...

Mexico: Mexico City

A travel blog entry by daria_juergen on Aug 22, 2012

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... every day - we used a public transport – Metrobus to the Central area – Reforma. We walked from Reforma to Downtown and back. On the Latin American Tower we enjoyed the view of Mexico City where we couldn't see the end of it. In front of the Metropolitan Cathedral some Mayan priest did some magic prayers for tourists using smoke and other wired attributes. We decided not to do it though… There are even more like them in the ...

City of Culture, Churches, Synagogues & Streetlife

A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 15, 2011

74 photos

... and the scurrying policemen who took copious notes and photos in a vain attempt to move the demonstrators away. They were singing and chanting their demands as they handed out flyers inviting the curious onlookers to another, bigger event. After watching for a while, and taking our own photos, we moved on, and up – up the tallest tower, Mirador Torre Latino, where we could see the city for many miles in every direction. One of the things we saw was that many buildings had ...