Hotel La Casona

Address: Capulin 54 Barrio del Salto, Tapalpa, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 49340, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Capulin 54 Barrio del Salto, Tapalpa.
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    Travel Blogs from Tapalpa

    Triathlon and Getting Lost in Tapalpa

    A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... really slept in the last few days ;-) So I went to bed a bit earlier than the others, who decided to stay up and drink a few beers.

    The next day, Liz and her dad left the house at seven in the morning, to prepare everything for the race. I was still sleeping and got up an hour later. Well, everyone else was still sleeping. I tried waking up a few of them, but to no avail. What the heck had happened last night?? Well, I managed to wake up one guy at 9am, which was ...

    Viva la Mexico

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Feb 26, 2014

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    Well here we are day 6 in Mexico. I have had an atrocious sleep and so tossed in the travel towel for the day to catch up on blog and photos downloading and generally having a day at "home" in the hostel room when moving and travelling is just not what we want to do today.So here we go with the snapshot of the last 5 days.We left Seattle at midday and flew to Houston Texas where we changed planes leaving at 7pm in the smallest international flight plane I ever travelled in. It ...

    Para...para...paradise

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Feb 01, 2014

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    ... white sand, view of the ocean out one side of the tent, such a great sight first thing upon walking, view of the amazing pool on the other....and I'm the ONLY one staying here. When I want company I stroll down the beach and maybe chat with one of the many Canadians or Americans that are staying in another campground/mobile home park or nearby beaches. A group of six Quebecois dropped by the pool one afternoon with beer and the freshest possible ...

    A beauty from the air!

    A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 02, 2013

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    ... Oouuugh! I had a hard time there. But after I explained that it was a gift for my friend and his family, that it was the parents of my mother who produced it and it was worth much much less than 300 US$, they let me go. I had to open my suitcase and show them the cans, but at least, I managed not to get them taken away! Then, Jorge picked me up and we took that ...

    Tapalpa: a traditional village in the mountains

    A travel blog entry by hauteroute2012 on Jan 19, 2013

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    ... The table next to us apparently had some kind of celebration which was the perfect occasion for the Mariachi to play a few songs. But Mexican's seem to live music. The senior couple at our neighbours table couldn't help but dance to the music. Again, it is always a delight for me to see this. If there would be one thing that I would like to integrate from this culture into mine, it would be the passion for music and ability to move my hips fluently.
    But enough ...