Santa Maria Xalostoc

Avenida Revolucion 13, Tlaxcala, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 90250, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the LAX Area area of Tlaxcala, is near Cabo Wabo Cantina, Playa del Amor (Lover's Beach), Cabo Pulmo Marine Preserve, and Ceramica Uriarte.
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    Travel Blogs from Tlaxcala

    Ep. 26 First step in central america: Puebla

    A travel blog entry by itsthejourney on Jul 22, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... of an ancient Aztec pyramid – as a show of catholic dominance. We walk up the many stairs to the top and take in the views over the volcano.





    After taking some days to stay with friends (te agrdezco!) and adjusting to the time change, we are ready to move further south into Central America…here we come! Our afternoon bus ...

    The REAL Cinco de mayo

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 22, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... to go--but there were a few short side paths that dead-ended and some actual tunnels that were blocked off but that you could see. Besides the level that we were walking on, there were stairs up and down, and what appeared to be some kind of drainage system. It was incredible. We came out on the other side of the pyramid and walked around and up to the top, which is now occupied by a church. The city sits at a high altitude so once we reached the top, ...

    Climbing a Volcano

    A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 29, 2012

    5 comments, 32 photos

    ... supplies. His energy was being sapped.

    Hmm… I really wanted to keep hiking, but I also wanted to be safe. Oliver and I made it up to the Grupo de los Cien Hut (around 15,500 ft.), where many hikers spend the night before heading up to the summit, and came up with a plan. Earlier, Oliver and I had shared a snack with two young guys from Colorado who said they were going to hike to “the knee”. ...

    Back to the present

    A travel blog entry by sabrinamexico on Feb 19, 2011

    ... anyone ever just being able to give up kids like this. I can feel myself getting attached already and I'm only five days in to the placement! God knows how I'm going to be able to leave them in july...Right now I'm watching Fairly odd parents in Spanish (which is err interesting...) waiting to leave Tlaxcala to go see a priest get ordained or something. Even though its our day off we feel slightly obligated to go since this ...

    Grid City

    A travel blog entry by allisonbrianne on Dec 29, 2009

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... doors in our room close, probably because the building itself was built a couple centuries ago. The street is loud and very nearby, the sidewalks are narrow and bustling with people. The city is 10% of the size of Mexico City, but feels much more populated.

    Historically, the city is significant because it was the first city in Mexico built by the Spaniards that was not founded on the ruins of some existing temple site. It was meant ...