Hotel Real de Naturales Cholollan

Address: 6 Oriente No. 7, Cholula, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 72760, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 6 Oriente No. 7, Cholula, is near Street of Candies, Cantona Archaeological Ruins, Museo Nacional del Ferrocarril, and Ceramica Uriarte.
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      Travel Blogs from Cholula

      Circling Mexico City and county towns

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jan 27, 2015

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... guests with his Mother and sisters cooking more meals next door and his brothers providing the horses and assistance for the arduous mountain climb. This business was also greatly helped by Ellen, an American from LA, living with Joel for the last year, who knows what visitors want. But Ellen is an Anthropologist and going back to LA to teach in the summer. Is this an academic project for her, or is she emotionally involved with Joel and the family? For ...

      Puebla

      A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Jan 05, 2015

      31 photos

      ... to the market, a huge bowl of chocolate drink, this time made with hot milky and a bun, then scrambled egg with chorizo, beans, avocado and separate salsas, not a bad start to the day
      The chef at the cooking school soaked maize kernels overnight and then we took it to a local miller to grind this into a dough. He gave us a choice of dishes to make so that we could buy the ingredients at the local market, but these dishes in Spanish we could not recognise! Eventually we ...

      Cholula

      A travel blog entry by salsero on Sep 12, 2011

      ... pyramid. The church on top of the pyramid is in itself nothing special, but the view is still very amazing. Unfortunately, due to the low cloud cover I wasn't able to see the famous volcano, Popo, something I was really hoping to see and photograph for myself. Behind the pyramid was a mercado with some tarped shops as well as a number of eateries. One man whom was offering samples of his bread, which I was not ...

      In de ban van Ruines en Vulkanen

      A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on Mar 02, 2010

      36 photos



      We zijn in de ban van ruines en vulkanen. Om rond Mexico City te gaan hebben we op advies van mensen voor de zuid-kant gekozen. Dit blijkt een goede keuze. Via allerlei hele kleine wegen banen we ons een weg door een toch aardig druk bewoond gebied.

      We komen door mooie kleine dorpjes welke nog de orginele bestrating hebben wat er zo mooi uitziet maar zo waardeloos fietst.

      Grote landbouwgebieden. Hier wordt van alles en nog wat verbouwd. ...

      Nooo! Not the archaeological sites too!

      A travel blog entry by tipperoonie on Apr 28, 2009

      39 photos

      No cases had been reported of the flu in Puebla so far. It probably added to the sense of security for us when we arrived into the city. Mexican buses are exceptional compared to choices back home. A collectivo dropped us off at the outskirts of the Centro Historico and we walked 5 blocks to the Hostel Santo Domingo for the evening. Everything in this city closed by 8 p.m. The only food options were around the plaza of the cathedral where there was a myriad ...