Hotel El Rebozo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... tickets which was good because Mexico’s Ticketmaster has no
scheme of limiting tickets so everything is annoyingly but predictively snapped
up by touts in a matter of seconds. The
game had been scheduled for a 2.30 kick off on a Wednesday afternoon, which I
couldn’t for the life of me work out, as it didn’t really fit in with New
Zealand’s TV schedule and Europeans probably wouldn’t care, but I was later
told it was to reduce traffic as ...
... 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 ...
... the trees it made the branches droop. They liked to sun themselves on the rocks and when the sun went behind a cloud they would all take off and swarm above us.
We stayed in a recommended hotel the first night, but boy what a mistake. First of all when we tried to check in the guy was more interested in the car parking part of his business. We finally got a room but is was almost icky. ...
... said we could leave our bicycles and luggage there and stay in a hotel in El Rosario. We also had the advertisement of the Sanctuary that offered accommodations. We left with just enough stuff for the night. We told them we would be staying at this hotel on our return. Fifteen minutes later, we were in the combi on our way up the steep cobblestone road to El Rosario. We would not have been able to ride up that road on our bikes. And as we rode up in the combi, we decided ...
... It is amazing to see and for sure a miracle of nature. As we didn't count on seeing the butterflies anymore we enjoyed this as an unexpected present.
For the first time since a long time a view on a snowcapped mountain. A mountain with an altitude of 4690 m and snow on the top is a bit weird to see when you cycle with a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. The campspot is again hard to find so we rode into a small village to ask for a place. ...