Hotel Mansion Del Cupatitzio

Address: Calzada de la Rodilla del Diablo No. 20, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calzada de la Rodilla del Diablo No. 20, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast.
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Travel Blogs from Central Mexico and Gulf Coast

Temple of Doom

A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 19, 2014

9 photos

... but being drowned by tourists. It would've been an eerie sight indeed, but somehow the tourists stole its awe. I joined them.
Despite the fact we were all clambering over the rock like confident spider monkeys, one wrong slip would lead to painful injury, if not head serrating death. After half an hour of admiring the temple from every well-earned angle, I headed back to el Burro. Remember how I ...

St Clara del Cobre

A travel blog entry by portoryko on Nov 03, 2012

4 photos

Chociaz deszcz padala straszliwie udal nam sie dojechac do tego urokliwego miasteczka gdzie wyrabiaja rzeczy z miedzi. Poszlismy do zakladu miedi i naocznie mielismy czasne zobaczyc jak tlucze sie michy z miedzi. NIe sadzilam ze to tyle roboty. Ale bylo przyjemnie. Potem ciastko i herbata i sio na autobus powrotny do ...

Another great day of riding!

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 18, 2010

15 photos

... near Tocumbo town. We stopped at the fork for the bypass road and Tocumbo center. Hermano Espinoza pulled up in his pick-up truck and asked if we needed directions. We said, thanks, but we were okay and merely deciding whether to go into town or not. He strongly recommended going into town to see the spectacular church designed by the same architect who designed Azteca Football Stadium in ...

Saddle sore but happy!

A travel blog entry by sehablaespanol on Jul 12, 2009


... sp?), where there are remains of a settlement that predates the P'urhépecha by about 1000 years. It is thought to be the farthest west outpost of the Teotihuacános - a fortification for protecting their lands - and was built about 450 BC. The pyramid there resembles those of Teotihuacán, except much smaller. There were also remains of a tomb, and a field for ball games. The field was about 6 feet lower than ground level and walled all ...

Uruapan: Park is fantastic, city sucks

A travel blog entry by lenitasworld on Feb 19, 2009

22 photos

Leaving Colima we had the most beautiful scenic drive and the most beautiful view on the two volcanoes. It was hard to leave and of course ***********centrate on the road : ) Our next stop is Uruapan. Unfortunately, there is not much positive to comment on this city, it's a pretty ugly dark city. The city is tagged all over and most kids have an attitude wanting to be real gansta kids. Kind of strange... Since it is in ...