Posada del Tepozteco Hotel

Paraiso No. 3, Tepoztlan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 52520, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Paraiso No. 3, Tepoztlan, is near Chapultepec Park, Borda Gardens (Jardin Borda), and Shrine of Tepozteco.
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Travel Blogs from Tepoztlan

Tepoztlan - Magic Town

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 25, 2014

31 photos

... maybe when we return to climb to the pyramid.

The former Natividad Convent was built in the 16th Century by the Dominicans. The church still has its original bells, the remains of some of the old chapels and the crypts used by the monks. A wedding was going on in the church when we visited.

Every year, the market vendors of the town create an amazing arch, made of 85 different varieties of edible seeds, on the gateway to the church. Using the ...

Casa Azul - a dream come true

A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Jun 11, 2013

4 comments, 38 photos

... area ,as the city is the largest in the world (also the oldest, based on the old Aztec city of Tenochtitlan) Therefore, after Tony had finally found a locker (lockers) big enough for our luggage we took a taxi to the suburb of Coyoacan ( Place of the Coyotes). Of course, Tony knew the selfish reason I wanted us to go there and it was because my heroine of art and life lived here, until her untimely death at the age of 47. Frida Kahlo and her ghastly, but beloved ...

Day of the Dead!

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Nov 01, 2012

64 photos

... for a helicopter, too slow for a plane and changing colours and dropping sparks), we fiiiinally got to San Andres, Mixquic where we were to spend the next 2 nights. By this time it was past midnight but luckily there were many parking places open (that were obviously transformed once a year from farm yards into parking lots) where we could park safetly. Things were still very much happening in town so we hopped out ...

Casa HOY partners with Salvation Army

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 18, 2012

... us to behave. Number 2, starting with an organized activity. At the Salvation Army, since we’re working with the children on an afternoon schedule, the first thing we do is have lunch with them. Children are assigned tables, given permission to have more food and say grace before and after the meal. Maybe you don’t believe in God, but it doesn’t hurt to thank someone, at least the cook, for your food. Number 3, homework. You can’t play until ...

Martha in Coyoacan

A travel blog entry by andreajoy76 on Jul 28, 2011

3 comments

... so much but many of the vendors smiled and said no when I asked permission to snap my camera. I learned that those of Indian descent believe that the snap or flash of a camera sucks away a part of their soul.

Martha impressed me with her knowledge of the town "the walls in this church were created from volcanic rock" and ongoing spirit of generosity. At the market we gave our tortillas, chicharrones, and leftovers to hungry beggars, and she gave a ...