Hotel Boutique Xacallan
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Boutique Xacallan Tepoztlan
Travel Blogs from Tepoztlan
... of artwork all throughout the building. Tepoztlan is a tourist town best known for the remains of a temple built on top of the nearby Tepozteco mountain. Since the town is most famous for this there was no way that we weren't going to climb the mountain to see the ruins. All except two of the education students climbed the mountain together. There were 13 students and Felipo ...
... and we even came across a few bands set up in the streets playing to crowds of people who had stopped for a look. One band was playing Beatles covers and there was an old couple dancing with each other in front of the band. We tried to have a look in a museum but it was closed, but out the front were 4 meteorites on display that had landed in mexico, it was pretty cool to see them up close, they look ...
... The only piece I really liked was by a younger guy and it was called ...and out come the wolves ( maybe a rancid fan)? It was a water colour painting with hills that turned into bears and lots of wolves running around and playing in water. After killing a lot of time at the museum we headed back to the hotel. We hung out in our room for a bit trying to decipher the menu that was all in Spanish. Once we figured out what we wanted we ...
... to other CouchSurfing spot, to Abraham. Not because we would not like it at Reyna, on the contrary, but Abraham was actually the first CouchSurfer who came to us and offered us couch, and we felt that it would not be fair to completely reject it. At that time Abraham hosted another young couple from France with their little three-year-old daughter Iris. They started in Canada and plan to travel in year the whole Central and South America. One evening we went to ...
... you are supposed to salt the lime then squeeze the lime juice into your mouth then before swallowing add the tequila and shoot, it tastes much better this way. As for Teotihuacan what a temple, its comprised of the Avenue of the Dead (wrongly named by the Aztecs who later inhabited the city thinking that the buildings along the avenues were tombs for the dead, but actually no remains have ever been found on the site), the Temple of the Sun and the Temple of the Moon, ...
Other places to stay in Tepoztlan
Paraiso No. 3, Tepoztlan | 3 star hotelfrom $153
Camino al Otlahyo 10, Tepoztlan | Hotelfrom $172
Allende No. 26, Tepoztlan | Hotelfrom $40
Nino Artillero S/N, Tepoztlan | Hotelfrom $97
Carretera a Santo Domingo Ocotitlan, Tepoztlan | Hotelfrom $83
Callejon Tepopula 007 Valle de Atongo , Tepoztlan | Hotelfrom $167
Ahuehuetitla #9, Tepoztlan | Hotelfrom $100