Meson De Leyendas

Address: Bocanegra 405, Valle de Bravo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 51200, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bocanegra 405, Valle de Bravo.
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      Travel Blogs from Valle de Bravo

      Butterfly Or Die

      A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 17, 2013

      127 photos

      ... up on the
      heavily discounted Havana Club and set about making our way through that! Think
      I discovered that the age of no hangover was as a result of actually drinking
      decent alcohol as opposed to stuff like Oakstone Cider (spent a good 2-3 years
      on that stuff at Uni - 1.18 for a 2 litre bottle on rollback!) Nevertheless it
      went down just as easy and was a good way to end quite a regular and normal week.

      Next, the day trip that turned into 6!


      Las Mariposas Monarca (The Monarch Butterflies)

      A travel blog entry by srbruner on Mar 17, 2013

      6 comments, 38 photos

      ... overwinter. It was an experience of a lifetime.

      The seed for this adventure was actually planted months ago when Micah and Zola watched a Wildkratts episode on PBS called "Voyage of the Butterflies" ( . The twenty-six minute segment tells the story of the butterflies’ 2,500 mile migration from Canada to Mexico. It piqued Micah and Zola’s interest, so we spent ...

      Visiting El Rosario Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 11, 2010

      38 photos

      ... to the carretera (highway) toward Ocampo. The main highway was just two lanes and without a shoulder. But there was very little traffic and we felt safe. We cycled mostly through a valley with charming farms and villages and mountains never far off in the distance. Several sheepherders waved at us along the way. The pleasant temps averaged about 24C.

      Just before the 'T' split to Ocampo, we ran in to a small village with a ruin on the hill and ...

      Valle de Bravo

      A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on Feb 17, 2010

      37 photos

      ... than what we are used to in The Netherlands. In Mexico people create pices of art that they can carry themselves (although being huge and heavy). Besides that they dance with it.
      Finally we left the city with lots of climbing but over a beautiful road. The traffic is quiet and we think the scenery was one of the bests so far in Mexico. After one our of searching we found a nice spot to pitch the tent. We were laying in our tent on a nice ...

      Toluca: Breakdown

      A travel blog entry by skiphunt on Aug 23, 2009

      ... if I could find a part of the barrio that was less tagged. I thanked the ladies and went the other direction. After I was sure they could no longer see me, I tried to pass over the hill from the side. At this point a shop owner came running out and told me not to go any further. He was whispering loudly and seemed extremely nervous that someone in the barrio would see him warning me. I asked if the danger was thieves. He nodded ...