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

... tickets and were treated so at the very front of the plane.(was it the sauce or the sink I wonder?). I didn't complain and enjoyed sipping my wine and wondered when the three course meal would arrive , delivered by the Captain, when I woke up and we had landed in Mexico City.
After we had disembarked we trudged the soulless (as all ) airport,in order to find a holding locker,as we had until the evening to spend in the city. I think we had decided to focus our attention ...

Day of the Dead!

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Nov 01, 2012

64 photos

... car, stretched our legs and went for a wander. We walked up and down the awesome markets where they sold all sorts of mexican foods, toys, souvineers, jewellery and more. The cemetry was shut and looking a bit dark and gloomy as cemetries often do, but hopefully this would change tomorrow. After doing 2 laps of the markets we went back to the car where we brushed our teeth, changed into comfy clothes, put our ...

Casa HOY partners with Salvation Army

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 18, 2012

... is done, same rule at my house. Again, children are organized at tables by grade level. The director said students aren’t allowed to leave for school unless they have a pencil, eraser, pencil sharpener and crayon with them. And that’s how they must come home. Number 4, consequences. You fight over a bike? No more bike. You say a bad word, you’re not playing anymore. I made sure I was on my best behavior, too.

We spent the afternoon focusing ...

Martha in Coyoacan

A travel blog entry by andreajoy76 on Jul 28, 2011


... a warm smile to almost every child who asked. Not to mention, insisting on picking up my bus fare, lunch, and dulce - a colorful sweet she bought from a child vendor.

Giving money to beggars is discouraged, I realize, but I liked that she did.

I also enjoyed learning that as a TV presenter she'd hosted a program dedicated to the work of the Red Cross in Mexico. Stories of disaster, survival, and travel.

It's always amazing too to ...