Posada El Castillo

Address: Melchor Oampo 105, Xilitla, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 79900, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Melchor Oampo 105, Xilitla, is near Parque Tangamanga, Plaza de San Francisco, Parque Agua Azul, and Palacio de Gobierno.
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    San Luis Potosi

    A travel blog entry by diekleine on Mar 02, 2015

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    ... Guadalajara to San Luis Potosi from where I wanted to take a 4-day trip to the Huasteca Potosina region. I had some problems with catching the bus to get to our meeting place but eventually my host from Guadalajara brought me there and the 4 hour drive started.

    San Luis Potosi is located between desert and jungle. I had expected it to be much smaller, but actually it was a huge city with multi-lane highways, shopping malls and a large, but also ...

    The staircase to nowhere

    A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Feb 06, 2015

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    ... checked into an even more unremarkable hotel, which left us with a dubious rash. It was less than 15 though, so couldn't really complain. Dumping our stuff, we headed straight for the lagoon. Our taxi driver was a gem and offered to pick us up a few hours later - lucky, as it was in the middle of nowhere. We arrived to see lots of lovely streams surrounded by beautiful trees... Not really a lagoon but definitely clear. We dipped a finger in and would you know it, it ...

    Super Bowl, super fit students, super rico food

    A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... particular order, we love all of our favourites equally):- Some nameless delicacy from the top of the Pipila monument... So juicy! So tasty! So filling! So satisfying!- Watching the SuperBowl in a busy bar, taking advantage of the offer of an ice bucket of 5 beers for 5. Twice. Daisy even got into the game (during the second bucket, anyway)-3 course breakfasts at our superb hostel, Casa de Dante. Cooked by Dante's mum they included, fruit, juice, chilaquiles, ...

    San Luis Potosi

    A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Jul 26, 2014

    6 photos

    ... of San Luis and an opportunity to chat more with Monica. We came home to extra spicy, home made chilequiles made by Nora and Moni whipped up an incredible smoothie with almond milk, bananas and cookies. Fortified by a good breakfast I set out to get to know the city. A colonial city, it is home to the typical architecture and the historic centre is classified as a UNESCO world heritage site. The plazas are filled with markets selling handicrafts and ...

    Listen to the signs!

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Dec 19, 2013

    1 comment

    ... ll probably not want to push it right there. But if pushing it at the right place means just having the wheels go out from under you and a slide down the road or into some bushes, that might be worth the calculated risk. I like to ride, really ride, and love feeling that exhilaration of going into corners fast, leaning over so the pegs almost touch the ground (and sometimes do!), just gotta pick my spots so I can live to ride another day. Reminders are everywhere here; the ...