Hotel El Rebozo

Address: Cicuito Avandaro Km. 6.5, Valle de Bravo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Cicuito Avandaro Km. 6.5, Valle de Bravo.
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    Travel Blogs from Valle de Bravo

    OF MONARCHS AND WIFI

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... title.

    The big issue was room heaters. Three rooms had them and the others did not. The Beavers did not dine but Kent was by to advise tepid hot water [remedied]. Throat is bothering me a bit so will have to deal with it when back home. Suzie must have ****** herself at one stage, perhaps the wine opening her up.

    Things broke up after 2100. Bit of a sore head so an aspirin taken. I need some beauty sleep [travel friends, be kind]. Bed after 2145.

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    Butterfly Or Die

    A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 17, 2013

    127 photos

    ... up on the
    heavily discounted Havana Club and set about making our way through that! Think
    I discovered that the age of no hangover was as a result of actually drinking
    decent alcohol as opposed to stuff like Oakstone Cider (spent a good 2-3 years
    on that stuff at Uni - Ł1.18 for a 2 litre bottle on rollback!) Nevertheless it
    went down just as easy and was a good way to end quite a regular and normal week.

    Next, the day trip that turned into 6!



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    Las Mariposas Monarca (The Monarch Butterflies)

    A travel blog entry by srbruner on Mar 17, 2013

    6 comments, 38 photos

    ... in forests in the states of Michoacan and Mexico. The resting places were discovered by scientists in 1975. In these forests, millions of Monarchs hibernate for four months or more. Between November and March, they clump together for warmth and save their energy. When they wake up in March, they mate and begin the cycle once again by flying north, following milkweed patches along the way.

    Now, back to our ...

    Pointsetta's are grown here! Another fantastic day

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 12, 2010

    10 photos

    Friday, November 12
    Ocampo at 2287m to Zitacuaro at 1960m
    23.7 km/ trip alt 186 m /avg climb 3%/ max climb 11% /max alt 2287m

    Also: Saturday and Sunday, November 12 and 13; Around Zitacuaro

    We dropped a bit then climbed a bit to get to the crest south of Ocampo. Real soon, the long glorious downhill began. Nearing San Filipe, we began to find many greenhouses that turned out to be poinsettias ...

    Another Lesson Learned...

    A travel blog entry by stanvan on Mar 06, 2010

    ... never park and sleep on the major road in town on a weekend. It was ridiculous the amount of traffic that passes by at 3am. At least Kim was happy because they would blast top 40 American hits on their radio as they cruised by. SheŽd have her own dance party in the van in the middle of the night while ...