Hotel El Salvador

Address: Independencia 77, Ixtapan de la Sal, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 51900, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Independencia 77, Ixtapan de la Sal.
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A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Feb 23, 2013

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... waterfall. We really liked the charm of this old cobblestone village with its narrow winding roads, white walls, and flowers everywhere.

After another delicious breakfast, it was time to seek out what was anticipated to be the highlight of our trip. And boy was it. After driving around aimlessly for a while, the cars ahead of us began to slow down and put their blinkers on. Hundreds of thousands of butterflies joined the cars in the road, indicating we had found ...

Dejando de Taxco de Alarcón

A travel blog entry by salsero on Dec 10, 2010

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... City. Told her I didn't know when I'd be returning until I had gotten to Oaxaca and purchased my return ticket there. But my plan was to be back in Mexico City at least 3 hours before my flight departure at 9am.

By 12pm I had checked out of my hotel and 10 minutes later was at the bus stop waiting for the bus to Acapulco. Taxis come often here. And they all seem to charge the same fixed fee. Well the fee was the same when I came in and left; $17. At ...

Beetles everywhere.

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 22, 2010

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... Michelle stuck with a burrito loaded with vegetables.

The continental breakfast at Mi Casita was one large croissant and a pot of coffee.  Nothing too filling or exciting but this gave us a reason to plan a lunch date for Shasha’s. But first we had to wander the market, which flows down from Borda square along a labyrinth of steps and alleys.This is where locals shop for their provisions and we wonder how the really old people in town walk these ...

Teotenango Pyramid

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 17, 2010

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... up to the ruins. It was nice to ride the bikes without luggage.

We were pleased with Teotenago, an Aztec city active between 700 and 1540. A school class was touring the ruins. But other than them, there were only a handful of visitors at this complex. The information placards were in both Spanish and English. The site is known for its ancient ‘ball ...

With Family in Taxco

A travel blog entry by southernxposure on Aug 12, 2010

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... to look at all the beautiful silver jewelry in about a dozen different stores. So many beautiful pieces, I wanted to buy so many! We went to a basement restaurant for pozole and Shiela ordered a plate of veggies to go with it. What we got was a plate of veggies, but with a surprise in the middle - a pig's foot. It started pouring rain when we tried to leave and there was no way we could make it back up those steep hills until it slowed down. We got back totally drenched and ...