Hotel El Refugio

Address: Revolución, 4, Tlaxcala, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 90166, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Revoluci├│n, 4, Tlaxcala, is near Silver Museum (Museo de la Plateria), Casa Humboldt, Museo Guillermo Spratling, and Aduana Maritima.
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    Travel day of agony

    A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Jun 16, 2015

    ... past the park and next to some very congested roadways. But I saw a starbucks. nick got a cappuccino and the wifi pw. I sent a msg that might not have gone through.

    We, for some reason, needed to know if they were home before we tried going to our airbnb.
    We should have just gone! We were sleep deprived and hungry. You don't think your best.
    we waited 15 minutes no response. So nick insists on going to a telcel and I wanted to wait there.
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    Glorious 2 Volcano Takeoff for Brasil

    A travel blog entry by oreydc on May 09, 2015

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    ... petl and Orizaba.

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    Day Two Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by jess.hiew on Dec 13, 2013

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    Ok so what's my first thoughts Of Mexico City ? .. Well it's stinks . I mean literally . Smog and stench fill the streets . Saying that I actually do like this city so far . Historical buildings are nestled within modern ones . And there are some funky neighbourhoods where people seem to just eat , drink and chill. People and cars are everywhere . It's Friday today and you'd think no one works here . I like the people so far they ...

    Day trip to Teothulcan

    A travel blog entry by dna_adventures on Dec 26, 2012

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    ... Aztec, new Spanish and the Mexicans. This was an interesting place and we got a guide around the church. The guide told us the importance of the pyramids and why they were constructed the way they were, the higher they went represented the importance of the chief person. We got a quick visit inside and some photos. Then we headed to the second stop of the day- this place was called Our Lady of Guadalupe, or our Lady. This was the first time that the Mexicans ...

    Marvellous Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by colettels on Jun 23, 2012

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    ... of Lucy, one of our forebears, the "australopitecus afarandis" dating from 3.5million B.C. Arriving back in the Zocalo, the main square there was a concert or political rally taking place. The square was filled with a young crowd dancing enthusiastically and the surrounding streets were lined with riot police, so I decided to beat a hasty retreat back to the ...