Hotel El Rebozo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Valle de Bravo
... stony, ti he horses were panting. The climb took about 90 minutes - not one I would have considered on foot.
It is difficult for either words or photos to do justice to the magic we found, but photos do it better than words. After a few hours of awe-inspired butterfly gazing we remounted the horses for the scramble back down. Truly a day to remember.
WiFi bad hefe so not sure videos work, will post separately on Facebook
... visited a few
shopping malls, but the prices were still expensive and the centre unbearably
busy so got out of there as quickly as I arrived. I then met up with Alex later
in the afternoon to visit a market where he visited the bike area of town
(about 100 bike shops all next to each other), to buy a wheel. I think we
probably visited every single one of them by the end, as the part that he
wanted seemingly didn’t exist – eventually though he was able ...
... of the lake came the development of exclusive resort facilities such as hotels, golf clubs, country cabins, sailing clubs and a myriad of restaurants.
In 1971 Valle de Bravo was known as typical city (ciudad típica) and magical town (pueblo mágico) in 2005. The town and the surrounding ...
Today it is 6 month ago that we started our trip with the flight from Frankfurt/ Germany to Halifax/ Canada. At this point we want to thank everyone who is still reading our blog. We really hope that you continue having fun to read about our little adventures.
Todays destination was Mexico City. But when we started the car in the morning something was wrong with the engine. It was only running on 5 cylinders. Since I did not bring my tools with me ...
... deal with no water for one night. Then Andreas said we needed to wait till 6PM for the key and we should see the butterflies in the meantime. A fine suggestion.
We paid our entrance fee and were led up the long steep path by a guide. Apparently, everyone must have a guide who's job is to make sure the visitors follow the rules; stay on the path, no flash photography. It took us almost an hour to get to the ridge top where the butterflies hang out.