Tx Hotel Tequesquitengo
Travel Blogs from Tequesquitengo
... was a massive volcano off in the distance. The latest batman movie was on the bus tv but it was in Spanish. Soon enough we were driving into Puebla, it took a while to get through traffic but we made it to the bus station KUPA the main station in Puebla. We got our bags and headed out the front, the taxi rank was confusing but we ended up getting in a taxi and it was a very short drive to our hotel. The hotel we chose was called the hotel Granada, ...
... of the road, then a huge compound going up on the other side. We were speculating - drug kingpin? Maybe just a rancher or something - but it was kind of spooky to see a big private plane on a hill behind the wall, then a big group of young guys hanging out with pickups and no women or kids around. Or maybe we're just watching too many movies.
After a couple hours, the road started getting really twisty. It was totally dark and there were all these dogs around, hanging out on ...
... out of the year and brought stuff back to his house. Every wall, nook, and cranny had a piece of art in it. The house was more impressive to me. I can't appreciate art like some people. I loved the kitchen. So big and colorful with orange walls, door, and pretty mexican tiles. The rooms were really cool too. One of the bedrooms was Indian style. There ...
... strategically placed bottle beside the cash register. I guess their thinking is that if they get you slaughtered on strong shots, then you will probably open your purse a little wider and buy everything they say is "bonita".
We declined the mezcla and continued to try on more rings until we had finally made our choices. Mum needed to get her ring resized and they were good to their word that it would only take 15 minutes to take away and get some more silver ...
... lake area high up in the mountains. It's a steep climb from the town of Huitzilac in the state of Morelos. We took a short hike and then enjoyed some well deserved tacos of Barbacoa (sheep), cecina (grilled dried meat) and local saucages. Delicious! Since it is quite high up in the mountains we had to start a fire to keep warm. I wish I would have known it was only going to ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking