Teques Club Hotel

Address: Tequesquitengo 62915, Tequesquitengo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62915, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tequesquitengo 62915, Tequesquitengo.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant

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        Travel Blogs from Tequesquitengo

        Climbs, celebrations and hot, hot chillis...

        A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Mar 15, 2014

        1 comment, 18 photos

        ... stalls. It is famous for its Tepozteca pyramid of Aztec origin, perched on top of a mountain. On Sundays, when the entrance is free, hundreds of people come to climb it. We did not know this at the time and yes, it was Sunday. So we joined the multitude and climbed the extremely steep 3km mountain to view what is a pretty ordinary pyramid. It takes the nimble an hour to climb it (double that for us) and descending it is even more treacherous. We were both in ...

        Fair in Tetela de Montes and Cortes' Hacienda

        A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 07, 2014

        67 photos

        ... is Three Kings' Day in Mexico.

        John Spencer's wall that surround the churchyard was built after a Canadian priest asked him to design gates for the church. He responded by saying, "How can I build gates without walls?" So he built several metal gates that are absolutely gorgeous but the first thing that catches your eye, is the stone wall that holds the gates. It looks like waves in the ocean, with trees poking through portholes and other fantastical shapes. Spencer ...


        A travel blog entry by colleen.maki on Mar 01, 2013

        115 photos

        ... to another country doesn't seem so crazy. But it does seem even more challenging one might imagine. Migrants leave behind everything they know, navigating another culture, another land, without a support system. Crossing the desert isn't the only obstacle.

        Everyday I see articles posted on facebook and twitter about immigration reform. ...

        To Arizona we go...

        A travel blog entry by colleen.maki on Feb 09, 2013

        1 photo

        ... In 2004, in response to the increasing number of migrant deaths from dehydration in Cochise County, the group discussed placing 55-gallon water barrels along the trails. Because of concern about vandalism and poisoning, however, the group decided to place the tanks in Mexico, just south of the border. In 2005 alone, more than 50,000 gallons of water were provided from more than 30 water ...

        Don't you dare forget.

        A travel blog entry by losingyourself on Dec 14, 2012

        ... t know what to do. Somethings gotta give.

        We are so connected by facebook, twitter, and the internet in general. Let's not thwart these discussions regarding how we feel and what we should do.

        It may be easy to bury these thoughts and memories because they do not directly affect oneself. Don't. These could be your students. These could be your little brothers and sisters. They could be your children.