Ixtapan de la Sal Marriott Hotel, Spa & Convention Center

Address: Calle Jose Maria Morelos 44, Ixtapan de la Sal, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 51900, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Calle Jose Maria Morelos 44, Ixtapan de la Sal.
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        A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Feb 23, 2013

        30 photos

        ... start we spent Monday visiting with more of Carlos' family, this time on his father's side in Las Brisas and Chiconcuac. Everyone we met was open and hospitable and it was a pleasure to get to see a side of Mexico that is hidden from the average tourist. Monday also happened to be Carlos and Carya's 7th wedding anniversary and we had a lovely Italian dinner on a balcony overlooking the cathedral in downtown Cuernavaca.

        The next day (Tuesday), we had a delicious ...

        Conquistadors, priests and pirates

        A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Aug 14, 2011

        8 photos

        ... cathedral make it look like a medieval castle... and I am actually underestimating the craziness of history. Hernán Cortés, the great conquistador / mass murderer / tyrant (it's a matter of perspective) built a palace in Cuernavaca, the first big city to fall under Spanish dominion. He also built a cathedral ...

        Dejando de Taxco de Alarcón

        A travel blog entry by salsero on Dec 10, 2010

        15 photos

        ... of jewelry that live and work in Iguala which could explain the booths. Although Wikipedia didn't have anything on that. Will need to check Lonely Planet.

        We stopped at another bus station in Iguala to pick-up more passengers; the bus was mostly loaded when we left the station.

        About a 45minutes out of Iguala I could see some cacti in the semi arid forest. The cacti here are really large, with one trunk and many branches sprawling out and ...

        Teotenango Pyramid

        A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 17, 2010

        25 photos

        ... joined the conversation. The second Manuel  used his phone to look up google maps to help us with best route over the back roads to Cuernavace. He also told us where the best hotel in town was located. He was spot on with both his directions and hotel recommendation. 

        Thanks again, Manuel!

        We stumbled upon a good little 'comeda' lunch place where we ate ...

        With Family in Taxco

        A travel blog entry by southernxposure on Aug 12, 2010

        28 photos

        ... cracking up over our faces warping on the computer and holding our breath over Jenga. Leo was hilarious - Shiela asked him if he liked the three bags of Snickers she bought and he made up a song about "me gusta chocolate, me encanta chocolate!" and sang it over and over, then leaped up on his cousin and screamed "Chango!" (monkey). I had tears running down my cheeks from laughing so hard. Then Sr. Jaimes got back and one of the daughters came up to tell us. Shiela said, "I can't do ...