Hotel Spa Posada Tlaltenango
Travel Blogs from Cuernavaca
We arrived in Cuernavaca on Sunday, October 3. The drive there was lovely... the pine and oak forest, strangly enough, reminded me of Canada.
We first stopped in the town of Xochimilco where we visited a friend of Ken's. His house is situated on a mountain/hill and has the most amazing views.
Cuernavaca is the capital of the state …
... why we were leaving? Only as a joke, he was very friendly and helped us a bit with our stay there, getting our laundry done by one of the housekeepers under the table because the hotel charges so much. He even hailed us a cab and told the cabbie which bus station to take us to to get to Puebla. The bus station Oro was only a short distance away, I purchased tickets for the 2pm bus. It would take 3 hours to get to Puebla so we stocked up on drinks, ...
... the jacuzzi and Bobbie joined me. We were in the jacuzzi probably an hour and a storm started up and rain came down like little blocks of ice, at first I was like its only water and I am submerged in it, but the rain was really cold so we retreated to the room for the rest of the afternoon. For dinner we walked down the end of the main road to chilis, it was really packed in there but we got our food relatively quickly. On the way home we got Krispy Kreme ...
... on because its really dark in the tube, she screamed all the way down but loved it, the slide went on for a long time, it was very fast and there are hoses on the inside of the tube that spray you on the way down. Another awesome slide was a very short one where you go flying down into a whirlpool that you spin around in a dozen or so times the you plop out the bottom into a pool. The fastest one I went on all day was called the Racer, Bobbie was over slides by ...
... society, culture, and religion and states that the man, "the macho", should dominate everything. This structure takes pride in stereotypical masculine traits and cements traditional gender roles, such as the man being the breadwinner and the woman the homemaker."
Machismo has a strong impact on Mexican culture and therefore plays a role in the work we do at DDESER. Feminicide, the murder of women simply because they are women, is common in the state ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet