Gran Hotel De France

Oriente 6 y Sur 5, Orizaba, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Oriente 6 y Sur 5, Orizaba, is near Calle Independencia.
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    Travel Blogs from Orizaba

    Tequila Tour

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Feb 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... 80 pounds. In the morning when we arrived, the people were quiet and sleepy. After four shots of Tequila, they were laughing and loud. The second stop of
    the trip was just outside of the town of Tequila. I can’t remember the name of it, but we saw a
    lot of the same as the first trip except without the processing. We saw the caverns with the barrels and tasted some more tequila. These ...


    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Jan 25, 2014


    ... with a tasting. Silver/Plato, Reposado and my fave, Aņejo. Mmmm..... delicioso. I then went to the cute town of Tequila to walk around a bit, visit the very modest Museo de Tequila, grab a bite to eat and then it was back on the bike, direction Guadalajara. A wonderful day. Pics: 09924526712/Tequila?authkey=Gv1sRgCMvzu KOoz7Lw7AE 09924526712/HerraduraAndAround?authkey= ...


    A travel blog entry by lanepelham on Aug 14, 2010

    ... headed out. I am not a fan of road trips in the United States, I am not sure why, but I never really liked that form of travel. But here I love it. The sites are beautiful and it is a great opportunity to pretend I am sleeping so I can listen to the Spanish they speak in peace and focus on the words without having to respond. The first day we left mid-day and traveled for five hours. We arrived at night in a city that I think I remember being called Tehaucan, and stayed ...

    Arriba – Abajo – al Centro – al

    A travel blog entry by gatogo on Apr 03, 2010

    3 comments, 70 photos

    ... well as how the fertilization and reproduction takes place. Tequila production is actually rather simple and involves squeezing the juices out of the heart of the blue agave plant, the “pineapple.” After cooking the pineapple, it is broken up into small pieces. The alcoholic percentage of this by-product is too great to be sold to a consumer at this stage. It needs to be diluted ...

    You have a friend in Tequila

    A travel blog entry by lilianna on Jan 18, 2010

    4 photos

    ... reason for our trip, tequila. Tequila is made using traditional family recipes. The root of the blue agave cactus is distilled to make this potent drink. Our guides had included a trip to an agricultural college that specialized in using some non-traditional ingredients. There we were treated to a tasting. We sampled some tequilas that were made from blackberries, tamarind and mango. We also enjoyed some of the more customary tequilas that ranged from the young Blanco or silver ...