Hotel El Refugio

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

    Day 21 - Lucha libre tour

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 05, 2013

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    ... it was my idea. After giving the bikes back we started walking back to the hotel, the rain eased up but we were still damp and hungry so we stopped in for a late lunch at wings. After that we headed to the hotel to get ready for the wrestling. We were picked up a bit before 8pm by the tour guide Jose and his partner Yasmin, they were a really nice couple and we had a really great night with them. They picked us up in their 4wd and on the way to the show Jose showed us a ...

    Day 4 Basilica de Guadalupe

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jun 18, 2013

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    ... a big main road that runs right up to the Basilica. We walked in the middle of the road that has a wide walking path that separates the 3 lanes running each way. The path is guarded by waist height concrete slabs with gardens in them and bench seats for people to sit on. It was about 10.30am, very warm and sunny and all along the 5km walk we must have come across a dozen locals having a siesta on these seats. Remember the speedy Gonzales cartoons? With the local Mexicans ...

    Teotihua... what???

    A travel blog entry by ferchumaru on Sep 15, 2012

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    ... your shoelaces, put sunscreen (SPF 200 if you find) and get ready to walk!

    This is an enormous archeological site in the Basin of Mexico, just 30 miles (48 km) northeast of Mexico City, containing some of the largest pyramidal structures built in the pre-Columbian Americas. The name means "where man met the gods."

    Get prepared to be run over by locals trying to ...

    The first of many pyramid sites

    A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on May 09, 2012

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    ... Mary imprinted on his clock. Following this a church was built on the site and over the next 6 years more still be seen in the Catherdral of Guadalupe.

    Next we are off to the ancient Totec City of Teotihuacan and the pyramids of The Sun and The Moon along with the Calle de los Muertos ( The street of the dead). In the first and second centuries AD Teotihuacan was a colossal urban centre housing up to 125,000 people and covered over 8 square miles. ...

    Distrito federal

    A travel blog entry by gejo on Aug 18, 2011

    ... in the pedestrian streets of zocalo and we got some Corona beers...It is so nice being In Mexico! We did encounter of course a guy that wanted to be our"friend" but as far as what my mexican friend told me that is very common in DF. People that they speak with you, pretending to be willing to help you...Gently we finally got rid of him, and continued to enjoy our beers. We went back to the hotel quite early since the next day we have an early journey towards Oaxaca. ...